Ok, I better apologise in advance, because tomorrow I think I might drive everyone mad telling them about my book which comes out tomorrow!! It’s so exciting having my novel go live, so grant me this day of blatant self-promotion! 296 more words
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The design for my book cover is finally done! Hooray! Do you like it? I hope so, as I am really pleased with it. The design has been achieved through a collaboration with ‘ 588 more words
So last time I was looking at the Calvinist idea that God could sovereignly choose to save or redeem everyone, but doesn’t, for whatever mysterious reason. 1,254 more words
Contemporary politics may not often crop up amid the (digital) pages Res Gerendae, but assuming the reader occasionally consults other news sources, they will hopefully be aware that recently there was a General Election. 1,493 more words
Ben Kane has turned his attention to the infamous loss of three Roman legions in A.D. 9 in the Teutoburg Forest. Central characters are the Germanic leader, Arminius, his counterpoint, Centurion Tullus, and a series of supporting actors like Varus, Vitellius, Maelo, Osbert, Afer, Piso et al.. 943 more words
Common grounds for Arminianism and Calvinism. The problem of hell and the consistency of God's nature.
I can’t say I have the answer for this problem but I’d like to present it for others to possibly help me with. I’ve been very reserved about my opinions towards Calvinism and Arminianism for a lot of reasons. 1,004 more words