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Demystifying Mysticism

Demystifying Mysticism

Einstein famously said that “The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.”[1]  The former Royal Astronomer of Britain, Martin Rees, says that Einstein was “expressing his amazement that the laws...

The Kingdom of God

The Kingdom of God

Much has been written about the Kingdom of God, ranging from ridicule to the ‘Hollywood spectacular’ of chariots and trumpets. I can’t claim to be familiar with all interpretations and criticisms, but I am...

Who is really responsible for the massacre in Tunisia?

Who is really responsible for the massacre in Tunisia?

Last week the first inquests opened into the deaths of the British citizens killed in the Tunisian massacre. On Friday, a minute’s silence was held across the UK during which British Prime Minister, David...

Gay marriage can’t undermine an institution already beyond repair

Gay marriage can’t undermine an institution already beyond repair

The SCOTUS decision recognizing gay marriage did not surprise me, and neither did it bother me. Marriage has become a farce for millions of people across the Western world in the last few decades....

A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part X): The Power of Insight

A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part X): The Power of Insight

This article addresses a crucial element in the case to prove the existence of God, but not the final element. It considers the phenomena of scientific knowledge, philosophical understanding, and religious revelation, or prophecy,...

A video presentation of A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part II): Science in Genesis – Day One

A video presentation of A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part II): Science in Genesis – Day One

The account of Day One in Genesis gives two fundamental principles essential for an ordered universe capable of sustaining life. The first is the basis of mathematics – the equation. Genesis demonstrates how one...

Joseph BH McMillan reviews A Study of Perceptions of Evil by Professor Ron Galloway

Joseph BH McMillan reviews A Study of Perceptions of Evil by Professor Ron Galloway

I have written that philosophy is at risk of rendering itself an extravagant academic indulgence. By that I mean it risks becoming so obscure as to be of no relevance to our everyday actions...

Welcome to the new JBH.com

Welcome to the new JBH.com

If you’ve visited the site recently, you may have noticed a number of changes have been made to the design. Below, you can see comparisons between the old version and the new one. Before After...