Category: Philosophy

Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?

man and woman in conversation

It’s interesting to picture two people chatting with one another, and imagine one person experiencing the conversation one way, and the other person experiencing the same conversation a completely different way. Have you ever stopped to think how your understanding of every conversation you’ve… Continue Reading “Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?”

Why ‘3’ means three

Stained glass window

In a recent blog post, I discussed the ancient Greek philosopher Plato and his theory about the existence of a ‘realm of forms’. Plato argued that the reason why we can identify objects as being of a certain kind (or category) is because they… Continue Reading “Why ‘3’ means three”

Ingrascoth

Clocks

The One True God is self-existing; he always has been and always will be. How old, therefore, can we realistically say God is? The very question is incomprehensible. Whatever span of time we ascribe to God’s existence, he has existed for infinitely longer than… Continue Reading “Ingrascoth”

Compulsory Counselling Before Marriage and Civil Partnerships

Couple holding hands

I come from a family which was broken in many ways. My parents had a turbulent relationship and separated, and there were many undercurrents of fear and anger in their relationship which were not openly discussed and dealt with properly. Ever since I attended… Continue Reading “Compulsory Counselling Before Marriage and Civil Partnerships”

Why Did God Choose to Create?

Globe

Greetings, friends of the blog. Today, I’d like to share some thoughts in relation to the question of why God might have chosen to create human beings and other creatures. In my book God’s Grand Game: Divine Sovereignty and the Cosmic Playground I speculated… Continue Reading “Why Did God Choose to Create?”