Category: Praise and Prose

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”

God is the Cause of Both ‘Evil’ and ‘Sin’

A hand holding an apple

For today’s post in my Praise and Prose series, I’d like to discuss how our use of language might change in order to reflect the truth that God is in control of everything that happens which Christians (and people of other faiths) describe as… Continue Reading “God is the Cause of Both ‘Evil’ and ‘Sin’”

An Examination of the Practice of Boasting

A man wearing glasses sat on a sofa writing

“How I sold 20,000 copies of my book in a month!” Have you ever seen a YouTube video or blog post titled in a way similar to the sentence quoted above? Such statements reflect a distorted view of reality, which I would like to… Continue Reading “An Examination of the Practice of Boasting”

God and Judgement

A close-up of a man's handcuffed arms

Welcome to the latest post in my Praise and Prose series, which explores the way in which we use language – particularly in matters of faith and spirituality – and how our language might evolve to better reflect reality. One should never argue against… Continue Reading “God and Judgement”

Ownership and the Fear-Based State

Today’s post is another instalment in my Praise and Prose series, which looks at how the language we use — particularly in matters of faith and spirituality — might evolve in order to better reflect reality. A person may spend 40 years working hard… Continue Reading “Ownership and the Fear-Based State”