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The Aseity of God (video)

Hi everyone! It’s great to be back with the latest instalment in my Deep Thoughts About God video series. We’re now on the eighth video in the series, would you believe. I hope you’ve been enjoying these videos.

Today, we’re looking at the concept of aseity. If you’re not familiar with the term, don’t worry, it’s explained in the video. Some of you may have already read the article I wrote on this blog about aseity a few months ago, which actually served as the basis for this video.

I hope that you enjoyed the video. If you’d like a more in depth exposition of my thoughts related to God’s sovereignty and the idea of free will, consider purchasing a copy of the book mentioned at the end of the video. Also, a ‘Like’ here on WordPress is always very much appreciated!

I’m planning to get up early tomorrow morning to do some more filming for this series. It takes quite a lot of time and effort to make these videos, even though they are very simple in presentation. I have to turn my living room into something of a film studio, with tripod, lighting, backdrop, etc. I sometimes share some ‘behind the scenes’ photos on Instagram, so connect with me there (@stevencolborne) if you’re interested.

Thank you for reading/watching, and I’ll see you very soon!

One response to “The Aseity of God (video)”

  1. […] to some of my own academic research interests. He recently published a video entitled “The Aseity of God” which is based on a previously published article with the same […]

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Steven Colborne

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Hello, I’m Steven and I’m a philosopher and author based in London. My main purpose as a writer is to encourage discussion about God. I write about a wide variety of subjects related to philosophical theology, including divine sovereignty, the nature of God, suffering, interfaith dialogue and more. My mantra: Truth heals.

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