Tag: the Bible

God’s Sovereignty and the Bible

A person reading the bible with pens highlighting certain scriptures

I’ve been spending some time thinking about how free will relates to the Bible, and in this post I’d like to present an argument claiming that it’s not possible to describe the Bible as the Word of God and at the same time maintain… Continue Reading “God’s Sovereignty and the Bible”

A Brief Look at Textual Criticism

An ancient piece of parchment

I’m currently doing some research into the issues surrounding the reliability of the Bible. What I mean by this is I’m exploring whether or not it matters that there are different Bible versions with different translations of certain words, phrases, and passages. I came… Continue Reading “A Brief Look at Textual Criticism”

Do unbelievers ‘suppress the truth’?

A man in silhouette stood on a rock looking at the sun in the distance

“For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness” (Romans 1:18 NKJV) Reading this verse in Paul’s letter to the Romans and the surrounding context raises a question¬†in my mind that… Continue Reading “Do unbelievers ‘suppress the truth’?”

Friday Encouragement

Two Christians sat on the ground reading their Bibles, shot from above

Here in London, it feels as though summer has arrived. I’m thanking God for the freedom of being able to walk around in shorts and a t-shirt, and for the clear blue sky and sunshine which has brought a cheery undercurrent to my day.… Continue Reading “Friday Encouragement”

Life’s Too Short?

A giant clock with a hellish scene to the left and a heavenly scene to the right

It’s a saying that we’ve all heard countless times. The meaning behind the phrase is normally that we need to enjoy ourselves now because our life¬†here on earth will soon be over. The phrase is decidedly secular and often accompanies destructive tendencies such as… Continue Reading “Life’s Too Short?”