The only things “laying out a fleece” can tell you

“Laying out a fleece” doesn’t mean or imply what you probably think. Really, it tells us only two things.

The results are in. So what now?

The votes have been counted and the government is in. The UK has elected a Conservative majority government and the people of Scotland have overwhelmingly

God’s power made perfect in weakness (even in this small way)

It is Easter Monday. The last day of the Easter period (mainly noted here because Easter Sunday is a bank holiday and so it stands

God, Utilitarianism & Deontological Ethics

I have been struck by two interesting (almost certainly not original) thoughts. The first is clear and obvious: God’s law exists for our benefit. Though

Four problems with "claiming" promises

Many people seem to make a habit of “claiming” promises from scripture. Here are four major problems with doing so: 1. You can’t “claim” promises

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

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