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A Nasty, Dreadful Thing

I realized far too late that I should have not only given him, my brother, the eighty dollars, but twenty dollars more than he asked for. Continue reading »

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The Pain of Privilege

Because of this privilege, there are generally two ways Christians at Berkeley come to grips with this reality: the path characterized by guilt and the path characterized by obligation. Continue reading »

Mourning into Dancing

It was good and healthy to have time to mourn over the uses of my body that I’ve lost, and it’s a process that comes in waves. Continue reading »

Tunnel Vision

Soon Frankenstein is at the mercy of his ambition, channeling his energies into one creation while ignoring the other—made up of human beings and the earth they inhabit—that he used to love above all else. Continue reading »

The Blood of the Martyrs

Perpetua’s account [of martyrdom] is especially remarkable, because it is one of the few authentic voices of women from the Roman Empire. Continue reading »

The Friend Who Went

I am still in my own healing process, although it has been a little over five and a half years since my cousin’s death. Continue reading »

The Christian Glutton

At its heart, gluttony comes from distrust. More than an issue of self-​​control, gluttony is rooted in fear. Continue reading »

Constantinople Captured!

How did Christians – who believe in peace – succumb to violence in this episode, and how do human failings affect the unity of Christians? Let us first consider the historical event. Continue reading »

Reading Marilynne Robinson

Is it bizarre that a contemporary creative writer would inspire a college student to start reading John Calvin? Absolutely. That’s the magnificence of Marilynne Robinson. Continue reading »

More than Mere Kindness

According to C.S Lewis in The Problem of Pain, “Kindness, merely as such, cares not whether its object becomes good or bad, provided only that it escapes suffering.” Continue reading »

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