Tag: God’s Grand Game

Introducing my Book: God’s Grand Game

The new atheism movement has highlighted many of the theological problems related to Christianity and other religions, and as we move into a ‘post-truth’ age, many people are wondering whether there is still a place for God in society. Has science consigned God to… Continue Reading “Introducing my Book: God’s Grand Game”

Your Regrets vs God’s Will

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Quite often, when people talk about things that they regret having happened at a certain time in their past, they will use phrases such as “I messed up” or “I did my best” or “I can’t believe I did that”. Using such phrases is… Continue Reading “Your Regrets vs God’s Will”

Why Regret is Illogical

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Welcome to the latest post in my Praise and Prose series, which looks at how the way we use language might change in order to better reflect God’s sovereignty over all events, which is a key component of my philosophical perspective. When we regret… Continue Reading “Why Regret is Illogical”

Beard Trimming and God

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Yesterday, I was trimming my beard using a small pair of metal nail scissors, and I very nearly cut my ear. It’s always a little treacherous trimming around the ear area because the way the mirror reflects light means I sometimes think left is… Continue Reading “Beard Trimming and God”

A New Blog Series

A blackboard displaying the word 'Language' with students in silhouette looking on

Greetings, friends, and God bless you. In recent months, God has been bringing to my mind examples of phrases and commonly used manners of speech which are somewhat irrational, as they do not accord with the Truth about the way reality is. Some general… Continue Reading “A New Blog Series”