Trinitarian Relating

Guest post by Theologian Dr Rob Knowles, responding to questions in a Theology Group from 2014. This post explores the problem of polarized debates and how to avoid them. First, regarding the description of your stance within the church, then it is clear that you rightly wish to avoid the problem of polarized debates and... Continue Reading →

Thoughts and Wotnot #2

Not my own but very helpful and thought provoking…. See the end for credit(s)…. The palaeogenetic fallacy: the mistake of young people who assume that just because a grumpy old fart is sounding off again, what he says has got to be wrong.  Even a broken grandfather clock is right twice a day. Douglas Campbell’s The Deliverance... Continue Reading →

Thoughts and Wotnot

Not my own but very helpful and thought provoking.... See the end for credit....  You think you know someone, but of course you don’t know them too. What might you not know about Jesus of Nazareth? It is not the gift- and skill-sets – the intelligence and imagination, the range of reading, the elegance and... Continue Reading →

Place Your Bets: The probability of life evolving on even one planet in the whole universe is “less than 1 chance in 10172 (100 thousand trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion)

Guest post by theologian Dr Robert Knowles. Is there any proof of/against evolution? Is it possible for evolution to exist without contradicting the Bible?  i.e. Could it be that God designed us differently at the moment of creation but that he has gradually changed things, or does the Bible suggest otherwise? As I understand the... Continue Reading →

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