A different world?

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

“Could God have created another world?”  It was a classic question set for theological students when I was at Oak Hill.  The question concerned God’s sovereignty and providence.  On the one hand it was argued that this world is exactly the kind of world that you would expect to see, it is fitting to God’s… Continue reading A different world?

Why is the doctrine of creation so important?

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

So far, we have sketched out the story of Creation as we find it in Scripture and we have compared it to other Creation accounts, both historical and contemporary. Now, we can start to think through the implications of Creation. First of all, we want to look at the doctrinal implications. What are the important… Continue reading Why is the doctrine of creation so important?

I carry scars

Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com

You don’t get to your 40s without picking up some scars along the way.  In my case, I’m particularly aware of three examples of physically scarring. First of all, when I was a kid, we went to visit my uncle and auntie in Gloucester. They had a pet dog but it was a little nervous,… Continue reading I carry scars

God’s Man in the Whitehouse?

It’s inauguration day in the States and Joe Biden will officially succeed Donald Trump as US President around about 5pm GMT. I usually like to watch the US election result and the inauguration just as I like to stay up for General Election night here.  It’s probably the closest our friends across the pond get… Continue reading God’s Man in the Whitehouse?

Meeting “The One”

Photo by Sokol Laliu00e7i on Pexels.com

The other day as part of #AfternoonTea, we talked about relationships and the question of “Is there the one?”  In other words, does God have one specific and ideal partner in mind for you who will complete you in every way. In classic style, I responded with the good old “No and yes.”  Now that… Continue reading Meeting “The One”