Living in a Secular Age
In the end, secularity is a broadening of people’s experiences with where they locate meaning. From this lens, secularity doesn’t look so much like a good or bad thing, but more as an opportunity.Noah Black | The Vanderbilt Synesis | Fall 2017
Is the Church Inherently Conservative?
I am not trying to decide once and for all if the church falls on the conservative side of the American political spectrum.David Paiva | The Harvard Ichthus | Spring 2016
The Dilemma of Faith in a Secular Age
Likewise, ours is an age in which believers and non-believers alike struggle with doubt about whether our beliefs are indeed the right ones.Micaela Walker | UC Berkeley TAUG | Spring 2016
Review of How (Not) to be Secular by James K. A. Smith
How (Not) To Be Secular: Reading Charles Taylor is what the author himself, James K. A. Smith, calls “your hitchhiker’s guide to the present.”Nicholas Chuan | The Brown & RISD Cornerstone | Fall 2015