You will, I hope, have read in my last book review how much of a challenge I found Miracles by C.S. Lewis. I don't want to shy away from this challenge, rather I want to begin to push further into it and really allow myself to begin to explore the various elements it will raise … Continue reading Book Review: Richard Dawkins, C.S. Lewis and the Meaning of Life
When I look at what someone says, whether it is for or against a religious stance in regard to God, do I address it as I would hope someone would address what I say? I seem to have a few 'favourites’ in the anti-Christian world. Authors, YouTubers, podcasters, bloggers etc. Is it because I am … Continue reading Adjusting
I don't know how to say this. I think this book might have changed everything. I am still reeling from it, so maybe after a cup of tea and a good walk, I will be able to brush it off and move on, but something is itching in I am not saying I am a … Continue reading Book Review: Miracles
I found this book to be a very enjoyable read. It blends scientific acceptance and theistic belief, which Mr Collins' adheres to and reminds his readers that we must all realise the importance of holding both in tension. I have mentioned before in other blog posts that I try to read a non-Christian book, and … Continue reading Book Review: The Language of God
'The Beloved Classic on Christian Belief', that subheading says it all really. I used to love C. S. Lewis, the way he writes and his unique ability to draw a metaphor that fits with what he is saying fantastically. Who am I kidding, I still do love him. I recently subscribed to two new Podcasts. … Continue reading Book Review: Mere Christianity
Simple faith. It's spoken and preached about like it is possibly the best thing someone can possess. In the Bible Jesus talks about possessing faith like that of a child. Matthew 18:2-3, '2 He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. 3 And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless … Continue reading A simple faith
A story in the journey. I have spoken a lot about God, but that kinda figures right? Having said all I have, I am still fairly sure that I have not introduced you to the God I believed in. Thinking it through, it might be helpful for you to know what I experience and thus … Continue reading Who was my God?