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Hi, I’m Steven. Welcome to my site!

I’m a philosopher and author based in London, England. The title ‘Perfect Chaos’ refers to the idea that while existence is seemingly chaotic, in reality everything unfolds in perfect accordance with the will of God. That’s an idea at the heart of my philosophy, and if you explore some of my posts you’ll come to understand why I believe it to be true and the many implications of this perspective for life and faith.

Take a look around and you’ll find thoughtful reflections on subjects such as free will, suffering, Scripture, the nature of God, and the meaning of life. What qualifies me to write about such subjects is not only that I’ve studied Philosophy and Religion academically, but also that I’ve explored the practices of a wide variety of faith groups in an immersive way.

The way I would like people to regard my body of work is as a tool to assist them with their own spiritual journey. I hope that my immersive explorations of different spiritual paths, and my wrestling with life’s big questions from different viewpoints, will serve others as they grapple with all of the big problems and questions of philosophy and theology for themselves.

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    • Thanks Dorinda. I enjoyed reading about your story and the life you are now living in India. Many thanks for your visit to my blog πŸ™‚


  1. Thanks for dropping by. I’m in awe of your work. I wish I’d be in the position to write a book like you did. Cheers.

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    • Thanks so much, TJ, for you kind comment! Both of my books are relatively short and easy to read and they weren’t a chore to write. I really enjoyed the process. They say everyone has a book in them so maybe yours in somewhere in the pipeline? πŸ™‚ Best wishes, S x


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  3. There it is. My trouble was that i was using the mobile sight i guess lol. Just to re-emphasize my point from Twitter, but not in a condemning way, what you’re suggesting is heretical. It stands diametrically opposed to the teachings of scriptures.

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  4. I’m glad you “Liked” my post because it brought me to yours. Thank you for honestly expressing emotional and mental health issues. Believe me, many believers struggle with anxiety and depression and other conditions but so seldom share such battles. Too often well meaning Christians will recite a verse, “Be anxious for nothing!” when true understanding and prayer is needed to refresh the suffering believer. May the Lord continue to encourage and inspire you!

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    • Dear Lisa,

      Many thanks for visiting my blog! I was intrigued to read about your journey – it sounds as though you have served the Lord in some amazing ways during your life and career. I’m looking forward to reading more. I think my experience with mental illness has taught me a lot about God and spirituality, and actually some of my hardest times have been the most key to my spiritual development. There have been some really tough times, but I can also say God has been wonderfully gracious to me.

      Please do keep in touch and have a wonderful week.

      Peace and blessings,



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