Tag: the nature of God

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 Aseity of God (video)

A photo of a star emitting light into the cosmos

Hi everyone! It’s great to be back with the latest instalment in my Deep Thoughts About God video series. We’re now on the eighth video in the series, would you believe. I hope you’ve been enjoying these videos. Today, we’re looking at the concept… Continue Reading “The Aseity of God (video)”

Does God Have Foreknowledge? (video)

Greetings, all! This week’s video in my Deep Thoughts About God series looks at the question of foreknowledge. Does God have knowledge of future events? If so, what does this tell us about God’s nature? These are some of the questions covered in the… Continue Reading “Does God Have Foreknowledge? (video)”

What Are God’s Attributes? (video)

An empty church with stained glass windows

Greetings from London! I hope you’ve been enjoying my Deep Thoughts About God video series so far. Today I’m returning with the third instalment in the series, in which I describe God’s attributes (as far as I feel able to speak about them) and… Continue Reading “What Are God’s Attributes? (video)”

Defining the Being of God

Incense burning next to gold containers

There is a branch of philosophy called ontology, which looks at the nature of being. Today, I’d like to ask you to consider what you would be comfortable to say constitutes the being of God. I’m not asking you to talk about the things… Continue Reading “Defining the Being of God”