I was running the other day. Everything I saw around me the hills, trees, streams, cows, humans and deer, was formed in its base elements far before the formation of the world it now finds itself caught upon. In the ancient stars, which collapsed and exploded as they grew old and unstable, there formed these … Continue reading Where does this leave us?
It's really strange having fallen from faith to now be starting to wonder if faith is the only way to underpin the very thing I used to push faith away with in the first place (rationality). I have noticed a fair few people lashing out at me about this recently. It's not that I am … Continue reading In the first place…
A few blog posts ago I mentioned Richard Feynman's famous quote; “I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned.” From what limited research I have time to do, I cannot find any source or reference to Feynman actually saying this, though he seems to have expressed similar thoughts … Continue reading A question of answers and assumptions
I love walking. I tend to do about 5 miles a day. On my travels I walk past a variety of people, all of them a capable of good and all of then capable of bad. For some reason, I realised the other day that if my faith in God has gone then any concept … Continue reading Some Guiding Hand