Tag: omnipresence

Why ‘3’ means three

Stained glass window

In a recent blog post, I discussed the ancient Greek philosopher Plato and his theory about the existence of a ‘realm of forms’. Plato argued that the reason why we can identify objects as being of a certain kind (or category) is because they… Continue Reading “Why ‘3’ means three”

Why Did God Choose to Create?

Globe

Greetings, friends of the blog. Today, I’d like to share some thoughts in relation to the question of why God might have chosen to create human beings and other creatures. In my book God’s Grand Game: Divine Sovereignty and the Cosmic Playground I speculated… Continue Reading “Why Did God Choose to Create?”

God is Always Everywhere and Sometimes Somewhere

Trinity

I believe an aspect of God’s nature is that He is everywhere. You can sense this for yourself if you spend a moment examining your consciousness, and asking whether there are any boundaries or edges to it. When I do this myself, I have… Continue Reading “God is Always Everywhere and Sometimes Somewhere”

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”

Beard Trimming and God

A pair of scissors on a green background

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”