Tag: linguistic philosophy

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

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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’”

I would appreciate it if…

We shouldn’t say “I would appreciate it if you’d do the washing up”, because that is making a factual statement about the future, when in reality the future is uncertain, and you will only appreciate it if God brings to your body and mind… Continue Reading “I would appreciate it if…”

The Presence of God

Welcome to another post in my Praise and Prose series, which looks at how the way in which we use language — especially in matters of faith and spirituality — might develop in order to better reflect the ultimate truth of God’s sovereignty over… Continue Reading “The Presence of God”

Why Regret is Illogical

A woman with ginger hair looking thoughtful

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”

Being Estranged from God

A person hunched up against a brick wall looking sad

Hello, friends. Today, I’d like to offer up another contribution to my Praise and Prose series, which looks at the way we use language when discussing matters of faith and spirituality, and how that language could change in order to be more true to… Continue Reading “Being Estranged from God”