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Steven Colborne

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Steven Colborne is the author of several acclaimed books in the philosophical theology genre. His work offers deep insights into all of the big problems of philosophy and theology, with a focus on the divine sovereignty versus human free will predicament, especially as it relates to the Christian worldview.

Steven is a first-class BA (Hons) graduate of the University of Westminster and holds a PG Cert in Philosophy and Religion from Heythrop College, University of London. He was born in Cambridge, grew up in Abingdon in Oxfordshire, and currently lives in London, England. The son of an English father and a Dutch mother, Steven has had a remarkable spiritual journey which has involved immersive explorations of both Eastern and Western spiritu
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Eternal Conscious Torment?

Greetings, friends. This article is an update on my theological explorations, and my attempt to fully understand whether I can reconcile my belief in God’s sovereign control over the unfolding of all events with the Christian gospel.





When Christians discuss the doctrine of hell, they usually take one of three positions: traditionalism, conditionalism, or universalism. Some time ago I wrote this pos

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Following is probably the best book I've read for newbie authors. David is very knowledgable and shares his experiences with indie publishing in an informative and accessible way. Honestly, what I enjoyed most about this book is David's sense of humo ...more
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My mental health journey, which has involved several spells in psychiatric hospital and a diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder, has left me very interested in the field of psychology. I have tried many different approaches to counselling, including ...more
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“God is alive now and in control of everything that happens. There is no free will, only one almighty will that is infinitely powerful.”
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“God didn’t create the universe and then sit back and watch it unfold. God is acting NOW in every situation to make every event happen.”
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“The purpose of philosophy isn’t complex theorizing, it is simple and clear thinking in relation to life’s big questions.”
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“The purpose of philosophy isn’t complex theorizing, it is simple and clear thinking in relation to life’s big questions.”
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“How would I think, breathe, digest, grow, sleep, dream, and exist, if not by the will of God? Can’t you see that God is making you be?”
Steven Colborne

“God is alive now and in control of everything that happens. There is no free will, only one almighty will that is infinitely powerful.”
Steven Colborne

“God didn’t create the universe and then sit back and watch it unfold. God is acting NOW in every situation to make every event happen.”
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