Tagged: “John Dickson”

If I were God I’d make myself clearer

If I were God I’d make myself clearer. That’s a big call! Way too big for me. But I can understand the sentiment. Why doesn’t God simply prove beyond all reasonable doubt that he exists? Once and for all. No questions. No ambiguities. No contradictory evidence. Just clear, obvious, proof. I guess the obvious question is, […]

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If I were God I’d end all the pain

This Easter we’ve explored two questions that are often barriers to people believing or trusting in God—the problem of suffering and the quality of the evidence. The inspiration behind my talks on Good Friday and Easter Sunday are two books by my friend, John Dickson. The first book is If I were God I’d end all […]

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