Things God Can’t Do

December 10, 2010 · Published in Philosophy, Theology  by Jonathan Garrison ·

You know the old quandary. Can God make a stone so heavy that even He can’t lift it? Either God’s not powerful enough to do one thing, or He’s not powerful enough to do the other. I’ve heard it asked many times, but not by anyone who really expected an answer. So let me give […]

Choose Wisely

August 24, 2010 · Published in Philosophy, Theology  by Jonathan Garrison ·

Consciously or not, we are all compelled to worship something in life. It is why we were built. It is woven into the fabric of our being. So choose wisely.

Numinous Breeze

May 25, 2010 · Published in Haiku, Philosophy, Poetry, Theology  by Jonathan Garrison ·

The numinous breeze whispers subtle truths in a low, thunderous voice.

Illusory Unfairness

December 2, 2009 · Published in Philosophy, Theology  by Jonathan Garrison ·

When people say that life or the universe is unfair, I think they are mistaken. The universe is not unfair. Saying so is just a lot of self pity for not getting what you want or think you deserve. Quite opposite to this, I believe the universe exhibits the hardest, sharpest, most devastating kind of […]