Tag: Panentheism

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?”

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”

Dimensions of Reality

An abstract picture of a head and consciousness

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good weekend. Today’s post is another in my Praise and Prose series, which looks at the way we use language to talk about matters of faith and spirituality, and how this language could change in order… Continue Reading “Dimensions of Reality”

A Reflection on Christian Prayer

A man's hands clasped in prayer resting upon an open Bible

I spent many years as a practicing Christian, and there are still certain modes of mind that I experience that have been strongly influenced by the Bible and by the behaviour of Christians. For instance, many times every day I feel the urge to… Continue Reading “A Reflection on Christian Prayer”

God in Inanimate Objects (video)

Hi everyone! I hope you’ve been enjoying my Deep Thoughts About God video series so far. Actually, as I type this, I’ve just finished doing some more filming for the series. Getting my living room ready for filming takes quite a bit of time… Continue Reading “God in Inanimate Objects (video)”