Writing

The probability of God

A journal paper on the use of probability in the debate on Atheism, providing a defense against Richard Dawkins’ book, The God Delusion.

No, inequality is not discrimination

Many people today assume without question that all inequality is the result of discrimination. But what if it isn’t? If it isn’t, the treatment won’t work.

An uncertain rich man

The only way to be cheerful about losing your wealth is if firstly, you can trust God for tomorrow’s Manna. To have faith in a God who provides, contentment with what he provides, and love for whoever we have opportunity to share his provisions with.

We’ve been given the gift of time. Let’s not waste it.

I’m beginning to wonder: when I stagger back out into the sunlight in six months, blinking blearily against the glare, my beard-hair gently tickling the top of my feet, and muttering to a half-deflated soccer-ball named Wilson… what will the rest of the world have become?

A tale of two bureaucracies

From the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, Hunter Biden’s appointment to an oil company board, to the 2016 election, hacking of the DNC’s file server, and new gas pipelines from Russia, the paltry pretext of the Trump impeachment sat at the nexus of a web of corruption that teaches one powerful lesson: the danger of bureaucracy.

The science is settled?

  • Science

Why I am not convinced by the climate change alarmists. My reasons, are not all to do with science…