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.Nathan Otey | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2015
Starting at the Beginning of Justice
As God made it good, we are charged in that way to seek and uphold the good in our aspirations for justice in all of its expressions on our campus – economic justice, environmental justice, and social justice.Amanda Perkins | The Bowdoin Agathos | Spring 2015
I Believe in Magazines: Proverbs for Publishing
"Because magazines are literally periodical, they create an ongoing community—readers, writers, editors, benefactors. And only communities can change cultures."Augustine Collective | James K.A. Smith | January 2015
Can Robots be Saved?
If we are ever successful in developing a synthetic consciousness, will the Christian gospel extend to them as well?Michael Toy | Princeton Revisions | Spring 2014
The Healing of Intimacy
Thus when Adam and Eve hid from each other in shame, they were in effect proclaiming, “I do not acknowledge you as my own, I do not trust you with my body. I do not trust you with myself. There is something to fear from you.”Shana Dorsey | The Williams Telos | Fall 2013
A Religious Animal?
How to understand the story of the Fall while accepting that death, too, was there from the beginning of life on earth?Stephen Mackereth | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2013
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.
On the Trinitarian God, Friendship and the Wonder of Creation – An Interview with Father James V. Schall
"You have taught college undergraduates for many years. What are the basic questions of meaning and purpose that every liberal arts student should consider?"Christopher Hauser | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2012, Volume 7, Issue 1
A Review of John Lennox’s Seven Days that Divide the World
If we fail to address the seeming inconsistencies between science and the Bible, we risk reinforcing the widespread belief that science deals with reality while the Bible deals with fantasy.Bryan Padilla | The Harvard Ichthus | Volume 8, Number 1, Spring 2012
Whom Are We Friends with and Why?
As the ancient philosophers recognized the ease with which we can settle for less from our relationships, the current cultural context challenges us, diverts us from what it means to have a true friend and be one.Hannah Jung | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2012, Volume 7, Issue 1
Can We Talk? America’s Troubled Science and Religion Conversation
How is it that ‘science' is allowed to toss its historical baggage, but religion must forever be defined by the ancient baggage carried by its least informed?Karl Giberson | The Harvard Ichthus | Volume 8, Number 1, Spring 2012
Wisdom in the Inward Parts
For a long time, I never strayed into discussions about the relation between science and religion; however, ten years ago, I found myself in a position where I had to say something.Professor John Huth | The Harvard Ichthus | Volume 8, Issue 1, Spring 2012