“A God who has an account for “every hair on your head” will not leave the beneficiaries of His grace to something as abstract as a universal, since the universal unfolds itself in the particulars of our existence. “
In this edition of The Divine Wedgie, Dr Matthew Tan reflects on our tendency to sometimes think that God is concerned for us in a ‘universal’ sense, rather than a particular one.
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Dr Tan is a lecturer in Theology and Philosophy at Sydney’s Campion College. He received his doctorate in Political Theology at Australian Catholic University (ACU) in 2010 and holds qualifications in Law, International Relations, History and Interreligious Studies.
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