Following on from a paper I've been writing for the past year (see previous posts under 'Theology'), the following MTh essay finds no good answers to the question Why should Christians believe that God is timeless? The essay glances at reasons given by Boethius, Helm and Mawson (and so forth), so I'm wondering what (if anything) I've overlooked?
Hi; tired of being retiring, I stretch my fingers with intermittent posts (on-going) and, as our droughtless summer (of many Painted Ladies) draws slowly to a close, I think its cultural highlights were: a sci-fi film of the good old 'new wave' kind, Precinct 9; and, more spook story than sci-fi, Iain Bank's Transition; and 60's nostalgiac Inherent Vice; and 90's nostalgiac Menage.
I am old; in 2003, at the age of 40, I was published in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, but since then I've done little. Blogging since 2007, my main involvement was via the Philosophers' Carnival, which moved to Facebook.