Offense, liberalism and ever increasing doublespeak

Truly we live in strange times. We have a government, having concluded ‘insulting’ words or behaviours a term so broad it led to unfair arrest and

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

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

Leveson, Hislop and Press Regulation

http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1 I am painfully aware of the unpopularity of this position. However, I tend to agree with the view outlined by Ian Hislop on this

God is a Liberal Democrat – really?!

The Telegraph, Mail and Guardian have all picked up on Steve Webb’s assertion that God ‘must be a liberal’. Webb, himself a Liberal Democrat MP and Minister

Free will, sin and the sovereignty of God

I have had cause to think through issues of theodicy, sovereignty and free will of late. Specifically, I have been keen to re-evaluate how far Molinism and

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