Perfect Chaos

The Blog of Author Steven Colborne

Work, Events, and Large Print Books

I realise most of my blog posts in recent weeks have been more of the journal entry kind than the philosophical theology kind. This is just a reflection of what’s been happening in my life, I hope you don’t mind and that you find my more personal posts at least mildly interesting.

In a recent article I mentioned my thoughts around working now that I’m out of hospital and living back in the community. What I’ve decided to do is spend Monday to Wednesday working on Tealight Ministries (the charity I’m setting up), Thursdays doing freelance work, and Fridays working on book promotion. I have been experimenting with scheduling my time in a very regimented way and this has been working well — I’m happiest when I’m busy working on projects that make me genuinely enthused.

I did have to cancel a Worship Party I was organising, even after booking the venue, due to safety concerns. But this is a minor setback and I’m already working on another event which will be an evening of interfaith spirituality featuring a debate around the question, “Is God three persons?” I’ve made some enquiries in local churches and a local mosque to try to find speakers for the event. I’ll keep you posted.

I do have one bit of news which may be of interest to some of you. I have a friend who has problems with her eyesight and we discussed large print books recently. Our conversations spurred me into action because I have been meaning to create large print editions of two of my books for some time. I’m glad to say that large print editions of God’s Grand Game and Christianity, Islam, and the One True God are very close to being published — you should be able to find them on Amazon from next week.

But how are you, anyway? Yes, you! Leave me a comment and share something with me. I know we’re living in dark times and so many people are broke, depressed, and anxious about the future, but there is always light around and there’s some good in every day. So we must be ever-thankful to God and count our blessings. Why not leave a comment and let me know how you’re feeling today?

Steven Colborne

About Me

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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