Tag: eternity

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”

Life: Tragedy or Comedy?

The book of Ecclesiastes in the Bible talks about how everything that happens has already happened before, and that there is nothing new under the sun. If this is true, it might be immensely frustrating for God. For if God cannot do anything new,… Continue Reading “Life: Tragedy or Comedy?”

Life’s Too Short?

A giant clock with a hellish scene to the left and a heavenly scene to the right

It’s a saying that we’ve all heard countless times. The meaning behind the phrase is normally that we need to enjoy ourselves now because our life here on earth will soon be over. The phrase is decidedly secular and often accompanies destructive tendencies such as… Continue Reading “Life’s Too Short?”

Jesus the Creator?

A painting representing the Trinity

One of the main purposes of this blog is for me to describe and discuss some of the commonly held Christian beliefs that I find difficult to understand. One idea that I’ve been wrestling with recently is the co-eternality of the three persons of… Continue Reading “Jesus the Creator?”

‘The Shack’ by William Paul Young (book review)

Book cover of 'The Shack' by William Paul Young

There’s no doubt about it, The Shack by William Paul Young is a brilliant book.  The author recalls the captivating story of a friend who experienced something incredible.  After this friend (named Mack) tragically loses his daughter during a holiday outing, Mack’s life is… Continue Reading “‘The Shack’ by William Paul Young (book review)”