Tag: hermeneutics

New Book Announcement

Woman reading book

Hi, friends. You may recall that I ran a blogging series entitled Praise and Prose which looked at the language we use and how we might change certain aspects of our conversations in order to better appreciate and honour God. Today I just wanted… Continue Reading “New Book Announcement”

Understanding the Qur’an (Episode 1: The First Person Plural of Majesty)

Qur'an

Greetings, all. As I read through Muhammad Abdel Haleem’s English translation of the Qur’an recently, I highlighted everything that either didn’t make sense to me or that I found interesting in relation to Christianity and/or my own philosophical perspective. What I would like to… Continue Reading “Understanding the Qur’an (Episode 1: The First Person Plural of Majesty)”

If God is a Person, then Justice is Subjective

Hello, friends. I’ve been thinking a lot about justice. This is because there are certain people in my life that I am annoyed with, because they have been behaving in a way that I find to be really inconsiderate and unkind. But don’t worry,… Continue Reading “If God is a Person, then Justice is Subjective”

Understanding Different Uses of the Word ‘Faith’

I recently updated the tagline of my other blog to include the word ‘faith’. As I thought about that word, I felt it would be good subject matter for a blog post to clarify what I, and others, are often trying to convey when… Continue Reading “Understanding Different Uses of the Word ‘Faith’”

Re-imagining Everyday Language in Light of God’s Sovereignty

Everyday English book

Last year, I began a blog series called Praise and Prose in which my aim was to do exactly what the title of this blog post expresses. It was an interesting exercise, and definitely worthwhile. I actually planned to publish more posts as part… Continue Reading “Re-imagining Everyday Language in Light of God’s Sovereignty”