I’m a philosophical theologian from Belfast, Northern Ireland; graduating in Theology and Philosophy from Queen’s University Belfast in 2000.
Up until the beginning of 2018 my main interests were philosophy of religion, ethics, politics, consciousness and theology. As I stated in an article in February I am now largely abandoning philosophy of religion as I have said most of what I want to say and settled my mind on most of the questions I have wrestled with for 20 years. My writings will now focus mostly on ethics, modern miracle claims, and world religions.
I also have a fairly serious Leibniz fetish, and a penchant for the literature of classical Greece from philosophy to tragedy.
I have published a number of research papers and articles, including several papers on forgiveness published by the Centre for Contemporary Christianity in Ireland and a number of other articles for various magazines.
This blog contains articles, some published and others unpublished, and often acts as a sounding board for trying out ideas.
Due to tight restraints on my time I don’t ordinarily enter into debates and discussion here, though I do occasionally if a point of clarification or misunderstanding requires it, or when a rebuttal is worthy of a response.
I almost never respond to comments which are insulting to myself or others, or which question my honesty or integrity.
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