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Interview for Collin Cooper’s Blog

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I was invited by Collin Cooper, also known as Philosophical Rambler, to do an interview for his blog. Collin writes poetry and philosophy and is soon to be publishing a full-length book titled Blood Stained Mahogany in addition to a short poetry book he has published previously, titled Time Eternal.

In my interview for Collin’s blog I discuss some quite personal and sensitive topics, but my answers were from my heart and I just shared what came to mind without holding back. I hope that if any of you check out the interview, you’ll find it interesting.

You can read the interview here:
https://philosophicalrambler.com/an-interview-with-steven-colborne/

I also invite you to subscribe to Collin’s blog. He’s a Christian and a philosopher and is involved with some intriguing projects. He’s also a very articulate writer.

I hope you enjoy reading the interview, which Collin and I feel turned out well. Thanks Collin!

2 comments

  1. If perfect choas is perfectly choatic, then that is the only perfection in choas. Not philosophy, just common sense. Don’t care for philosophy. That was a problem with the Colossians. (Col. 2 :8)

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    1. Hello there! I do understand why some Christians are sceptical of philosophy. But my interest is not in academic philosophy, more in philosophical theology, by which I mean trying to understand about God and God’s will from a philosophical perspective. You might like to check out my post entitled Is Philosophy Important? which is directly relevant to the comments you made. Thanks for stopping by.

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