Jesus: Temple Revolutionary
The gospels’ Jesus was not a mystic or martyr in isolation from his time or culture as some have suggested, but rather a Temple revolutionary, whose Temple-centric characterization is consistent with the worldviews of 1st century Israel.Timothy Toh | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2012
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.
Does It Matter That They’re Christian?
Summary: Mumford & Sons, like many Christian bands on mainstream charts, don’t want their album to be taken as religious or as a “Christian statement.” This begs the question, does it even matter that they’re Christian?Elizabeth Jean-Marie | The Brown Cornerstone | Vol II Issue I, Fall 2012
Linguistics and the Bible
Analyzing the Bible as an inspired piece of literature without taking into account the scientific constraints of human language is misguided.Christopher Hopper | The Harvard Ichthus | Volume 7, Number 4, Winter 2011
He Is Risen: A Defense of the Historicity of the Resurrection
The resurrection is the foundation of the Christian faith; its occurrence either demonstrably proves Christianity as true or its falsity disproves the faith. Here I outline an argument for the physical, bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ – an argument similar to, albeit slightly more thorough and well-studied – than the one which persuaded me to become a Christian approximately two years ago.Jordan Monge | The Harvard Ichthus | Volume 7, Number 2, Spring 2011