Books

On this page, I provide an overview of all my book releases to date. These books are available from Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, Rakuten Kobo, and many other retailers, in physical and digital formats. I hope you find something on this page that you’re excited to read.

Full-Length Book Releases

Puppets 3DPuppets:
The Major Works of Philosopher Steven Colborne

This is an 800+ page compilation of my four full-length book releases. The collection includes God’s Grand Game, The Philosophy of a Mad Man, The God Articles, and A Collection of Essays. The book offers an opportunity to understand the full scope of my spiritual journey and philosophy in a single volume, on sale at a cheaper price than if these four books were purchased individually. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

God's Grand Game 3DGod’s Grand Game:
Divine Sovereignty and the Cosmic Playground

This is a 270 page book which I regard as my most significant contribution to the field of philosophical theology. It is the result of more than 10 years of study and reflection in relation to the divine sovereignty versus human free will problem. The book presents a thorough and systematic overview of my philosophical perspective with reference to the Christian worldview and other views of God. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

Mad Man 3DThe Philosophy of a Mad Man

In this 150 page book – the first book I ever wrote – I describe my turbulent spiritual journey (Part 1) and how I came to develop an extraordinary philosophical perspective (Part 2) that is causing many spiritual seekers to think deeply about the nature of God and the meaning of life. Originally published in 2012, this is a revised and updated version published in 2019. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

The God Articles 3DThe God Articles

This 430 page book is a collection of dialogues, discourses, prayers, and poems, which I wrote between 2012 and 2020. The subject matter of the articles includes reflections on Christian doctrines such as sin, salvation, judgement, and hell, as well as deeply personal articles portraying some of the highs and lows of my spiritual journey since I wrote The Philosophy of a Mad Man. To see a list of retailers who stock the book, click here.

Collection of Essays 3DA Collection of Essays by Steven Colborne

This 250 page book features 12 of my academic essays on a wide range of philosophical and theological subjects. One of the essays is my first-class undergraduate dissertation in which I present a radical approach to music analysis. In my theological essays, I discuss the views of several important philosophers from antiquity including Heraclitus, Plato and others. The views of contemporary theological writers including Karl Rahner, Karl Barth, Ludwig Feuerbach, George Eliot and others are also discussed. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

Ultimate Truth by Steven Colborne (Apple Books)Ultimate Truth: God Beyond Religion

This 120 page book serves as an excellent introduction to my philosophy. In the book, I lay out some thought-provoking arguments as to why the omnipresence of God affects nearly every area of theology, from free will, to suffering, to morality, and more. The book also includes some personal reflections on my faith journey and mental health. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

Shorter Books

The Only Question by Steven Colborne
The Only Question You Ever Need Ask

This 80 page essay represents the culmination of a theological predicament that I have wrestled with ever since I first began to take the Christian faith seriously. In the book, I describe the single question on which I believe faith in the Christian worldview hinges, and I explore and answer that question with reference to Scripture and renowned theologians. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

God Willing by Steven Colborne (cover)

God Willing:
Bringing Divine Sovereignty into Everyday Conversation

This 85 page book was developed from a series of articles I wrote entitled  ‘Praise and Prose’ which were published on Perfect Chaos during 2020/2021. In the book I present fourteen chapters, with each chapter reflecting on ways our use of language might evolve to better reflect the reality of God’s sovereignty over all events — an idea at the heart of my philosophy. To see a list of retailers who stock the book, click here.

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Big Ideas from Ancient Greece

This is a 60 page book profiling twelve philosophers from ancient Greece and a big idea that each philosopher contributed to the history of thought. Each chapter contains some biographical info, a big idea, and my reflections on that idea based on my own philosophy. This book is available in Kindle and paperback formats exclusively through Amazon. To purchase the book, click here.

An Almighty Predicament by Steven Colborne (cover)

An Almighty Predicament:
A Discourse on the Arguments For and Against Christianity

This is a 70 page essay in which I set out what I believe to be the most compelling arguments for and against the Christian worldview. Expounding testimony and citing Scripture, I present arguments explaining why the teachings of the Bible are convincing, but also discuss the reasons why Christianity can be seen as absurd and illogical. To see a list of the retailers who stock the book, click here.

Thanks Be To God by Steven Colborne cover

Thanks Be To God:
A Selection of Christian Scriptures for Spiritual Seekers

This 70 page book contains a selection of passages from the Bible, chosen to assist spiritual seekers with their understanding of the Christian faith. Every passage in the book is followed by a short reflection that I have written to offer context and insight into the text. To see a list of retailers who stock the book, click here.


For any queries related to the purchasing of these books, please contact Steven.


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