Review: C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce
C. S. Lewis’ work builds on the tradition of previous works to insert his perspective into the existing debate about the nature of the afterlife.Sara Holston | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2016
In Pursuit of Morality
The indicative and imperative grammar moods convey the fundamental truth in Christianity that how a person becomes more moral is through the foundational work of God transforming the person.Joshua Jeon | Cornell Claritas | Spring 2016
The Diabolically Ridiculous
I assert that up to this point I have made a strong case for why the devil is ridiculous and tragic, but from my description, he does not sound very evil.John Nystrom | Cornell Claritas | Fall 2016
Things Worthy to Be Loved
What motivates us anyway? Why ought we to take ownership of our education and explore these “things worthy to be loved”?Sang Lee | Princeton Revisions |
Why Is There Winter In Narnia?
Why is there winter? And second, what needs to happen for the life-giving thaw of spring to return? In other words, what is the origin of what is wrong with the world, and what is the solution to it?Nick Nowalk | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2012, Volume 8, Number 3.