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Tu, Vous, and the Gospel

In a city where it is smart to have high walls and strong front gates, it left an impression to be welcomed in so quickly and so warmly by a community that did not know me. Continue reading »

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Why Do We Suffer?

When I think of the Sandy Hook shooting, I am reminded of Ivan, one of the brothers in Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel The Brothers Karamazov. Continue reading »

The Real and Ideal in Keats's Odes

Keats was disen­chanted with the ideal world of the “supernatural, art, the mind, and the past,” but “the tone of these last poems makes clear that nature suffices.” Continue reading »

Christian Faith and Love

Feuerbach’s belief in the mutual exclusivity of Christian faith and love stems primarily from his objection to Christianity’s claim to exclusive truth. Continue reading »

The Trial of Images

This “physicality” is the key, I think, in understand­ing the core difference in the way one of the methods is iconic and one is idolic. Continue reading »

Stop Freaking Out About Your Job

But your specific variety of work does not define you. And the more you think that it does or should, the more you dig yourself into a pit of anxiety and self-pity. Continue reading »

The Call to Love

By saying that God must be loved with the entire mind, Jesus suggests that interpretations of scripture by faith or by logic need not contradict each other. Continue reading »

How Christians Navigate College and Career

I talked with six Christian seniors at Harvard, each with varying concentrations and potential career paths, to understand how Christians at Harvard think about their faith, academics, and future careers. Continue reading »

The Religious Beliefs of Scientists

At first glance, there seems to be no doubt that scientists as a whole affiliate less with religion than the general public. Continue reading »

On Love III by George Herbert

Love is gentle and kind, quietly observant of the persona’s hesitancy, and his questioning is not interrogative but “sweet." Continue reading »

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