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Steven Colborne

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Steven Colborne is a writer with a particular interest in theology and comparative religion. He has written two books which offer a unique perspective on many of the major problems of philosophy and theology. Steven's new book 'God's Grand Game' is scheduled for release on 25th March 2019.

Click here to visit Steven's blog. Click here to buy Steven's books.

Steven's spiritual journey has involved a lengthy battle with mental illness, and he has been in psychiatric hospital several times. He also holds a 1st class degree and a postgraduate certificate in Philosophy and Religion.

In his books Steven explores the God/world relationship and looks at the key issues of theology, including the nature of God, free will, suffering, and morality.

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The Philosophy of a Mad Man

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4.50 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2013 — 2 editions
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Morning, dear ones!





This is a very brief update regarding the blog tour I’m organising for my new book, God’s Grand Game. There were 10 spaces available for the blog tour, 6 have now been taken, so only 4 remain.





Those participating will get a free copy of God’s Grand Game, as well as some other lovely benefits.





If you’d like to get involved, simply email steven@perfectchaos.org with...

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Published on February 10, 2019 23:58

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An insightful and well-written comparison of these key religious texts. The subject matter is tackled with great depth of knowledge and in an impartial way. Highly recommended!
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Confessions of a Philosopher by Bryan Magee
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Bryan Magee is probably my favourite philosopher, if not of all time then certainly of those who have lived and worked during my lifetime. Confessions of a Philosopher is Magee’s autobiography, and was first published in 1997, though he has gone on t ...more
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This is certainly the best history of philosophy I have ever read. I have bought copies for friends and read it myself at least twice. Magee is an excellent writer. I did detect a certain subtle bias against theism throughout (Magee is an atheist, I ...more
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This is certainly the best history of philosophy I have ever read. I have bought copies for friends and read it myself at least twice. Magee is an excellent writer. I did detect a certain subtle bias against theism throughout (Magee is an atheist, I ...more
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My name is Steven Colborne and I'm the author of this book. I'm writing this review to give potential readers an overview of what they might expect if they choose to read Ultimate Truth: God Beyond Religion.

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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?”
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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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