Something of a conundrum…

An issue cropped up in two separate conversations I had recently. In the first, both I and my fellow interlocutor independently reached the same conclusion

Middle Knowledge, Free Will and the Reformed Schema

I previously outlined a theodicy which sought to integrate the Molinist conception of Middle Knowledge into a framework of compablist free will that would synchronise

Freedom to be annoying

It is broadly accepted that for a society to be deemed ‘free’ it must protect individual rights to free speech and expression. Over recent years,

Bonfire Night

Rather than add to the multitude of things written on this already, let me point you to the following two pieces on Bonfire Night:Remember Remember

Happy Reformation Day

Today is the day (or, night) that many will turn their attentions to trick or treating and reveling in all things spooky. Protestants, however, have

Some thoughts on the Strange Fire conference

First off, let me share four blog posts, from across the spectrum, outlining differing views of the Strange Fire conference (some written before, during and

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