Confessions of an Economics Concentrator
I confess that I study economics, and that I sometimes think about becoming a Wall Street financier. I also confess that I am a Christian, and that I often think about becoming a pastor.Peter Hickman | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2014
The Indispensable Image: Is the Church Really Necessary?
The question that haunts these chapters is: how will the nations come to know the one true God? Will it be through the futility of idols, or through the faithfulness of Israel?Nick Nowalk | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2013
The Idolatry of Wealth and Reevaluation of Treasure
Christians are called to be good stewards rather than owners of their material blessings, multiplying them in accordance to their ability. A lively faith requires the investment of both material goods and ability for the benefit of God.Katelyn Chan | The Yale Logos | Winter 2012