We don't know what we don't know

The science I learnt when I was at school was that we mostly understand the universe and all that goes on it. And the remaining answers are just within our grasp. Turns out, of course, that that’s far from the truth.

In fact there are some absolutely fundamental questions to which science simply doesn’t have […]

On blogging

Bryan Appleyard reminds us that the blogscape is not for the faint hearted. There is a false sense of security in the ease by which you can type something, hit publish, and it is out there for 1.7 billion people to read. There is a shocking disconnect between one fact (sitting at your computer) and […]


Gnosticism was probably the most erroneous teaching that arose in the early church (during the first three centuries). Gnosticism comes from the Greek word gnosis which means “to know”. It is a serious error which appears time and again in church history and is the basis of many cults.

Gnostics claim to possess a secret […]

The Shack and Modalism

I think “The Shack“ is a cracking book. It’s a bit slow getting going but it’s a very accessibly way of thinking about some issues of personal tragedy in a believer’s life. It’s story and allegory. It’s not Scripture or propositional truth. Read it as a novel and you may laugh or cry with each […]

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