Tag: sovereignty

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”

Your Regrets vs God’s Will

Man sitting on a train track looking depressed

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”

The Insanity of the Envy of the Circumstances of Others

A large building with a mowed lawn in the foreground

Some thoughts occurred to me while watching a video today. When the video loaded, and displayed a tranquil scene of a cabin in the wilderness, lit by lamps, with an open fire, and with the rain beating down outside, it triggered an emotion in… Continue Reading “The Insanity of the Envy of the Circumstances of Others”

I Don’t Even Exist

A man with his hood up sat on a wooden bench looking out over a lake

Those who are familiar with my philosophical outlook will know that I describe human beings as puppets under the control of an omnipresent God. It’s important to mention that I use the word puppets rather than the word robots to describe human beings, and… Continue Reading “I Don’t Even Exist”

God and Judgement

A close-up of a man's handcuffed arms

Welcome to the latest post in my Praise and Prose series, which explores the way in which we use language – particularly in matters of faith and spirituality – and how our language might evolve to better reflect reality. One should never argue against… Continue Reading “God and Judgement”