Tag Archives: liberal theology

A guide to liberal faith: from a liberal

Most people are surprised when I tell them that I am a man of faith. Not because I'm some sort of deviant who left the rails of righteousness many years ago, but because I've always portrayed myself as a man of reason and logic, and I've spoken about my love and interest of science, in particular, astronomy. Now there may be some of you wondering why those things cause surprise amongst people when they learn of my faith convictions. To be honest, I often wonder the same. But when I attempt to understand Continue reading [...]

The Importance of Liberal Theology: A Response to Theo Hobson

It's been a hellishly long time since I've written anything to the blog, and the second podcast episode is way overdue; I apologise for this. The summer holidays have actually been fairly busy for me this year! With moving house, being in Ibiza for a week and spending most of my time in Scarborough with my girlfriend, I haven't quite found the right moment to record episode two of The Word Podcast. Whilst on holiday in the beautiful town of Cala Llonga in Ibiza, I continued reading a recent publication Continue reading [...]

My theological mission.

As I continue to scrimp and save in order to pay for my doctorate next year, I began today to jot down some ideas as to what it is I'll be spending 4-6 years researching. I ended up drafting the foreword to my research which, I'd like to share with you now. Ever since I was a child, I have been fascinated by the unknown. I have always asked questions that either no one can answer, or to which the answers are difficult to obtain; what lies at the bottom of the deepest parts of the ocean? How big Continue reading [...]