God's Grand Game is the magnum opus of philosopher Steven Colborne and contains a comprehensive exposition of his worldview.
The philosophical landscape has changed significantly in our time due to the 'new atheism' movement and its criticisms of Christianity and other religions. Subsequently, many people are wondering whether there is still a place for God in contemporary society.
In this bold and insightful book, British philosopher Steven Colborne strongly argues that God exists, but also discusses the flaws in theological thinking that make the Christian worldview, and other views of God, seem strange and unappealing to many deep-thinking people.
God's Grand Game presents a vision of a God who is sovereign over all religions, and all events, and the insights offered by Colborne will make readers think deeply — and differently — about the nature of God, free will, suffering, and the religious future of humankind.