The Problem of Evil: An Ichthus Roundtable
In addition to our own thoughts, we provide links to a wide variety of pieces on the problem of evil by professional philosophers.The Harvard Ichthus Staff | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2015
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
In Praise of Wonder
To believe Jesus’s words seems to simultaneously require foolishness and faith. In novelist Ron Hansen’s Mariette in Ecstasy, it’s an old and learned priest who, when asked for his opinion on a miracle, smiles and says, “I don’t believe it’s possible. I do believe it happened.”Inez Tan | The Williams Telos | Spring 2012