Who Are the Middle Eastern Christians?
Westerners’ broad concern for Middle Eastern Christians was and is well intentioned, but poorly informed, in part due to apathy and in part due to the lack of resources on the subject.Christian Šidák | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2016
Theology of Terrorism: Exploring the Roots of Religious Violence
Unfortunately, the question of what “terrorism” actually means is a surprisingly difficult one, considering its near-constant use by the media today.Joshua Tseng-Tham | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2016
The Gospel in the First Century
What I found in my studies and hope to summarize in this article is that a deeper understanding of the first-century Jewish world in which Jesus lived makes for a much richer appreciation of the good news that he proclaimed.Erik Johnson | MIT et Spiritus | Spring 2016
Review: Can We See Through Others’ Eyes?
I have noticed how little current scholarship in religious studies takes the perspective of religious practitioners into account.Jeff Cross | University of Minnesota Between Cities | Spring 2016
The Christian Faith
One way God manifests His nature in us is through our rationality.Irving Nestor | The Hopkins Dialectic | Spring 2016
Calling a New Humanity
What was it about Jesus that allowed him to bring Jews and Greeks together into “one new humanity?”Enoch Kuo | Princeton Revisions |
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
What is a “Christian” Social Ethics?
The communal nature of Jesus’ life and work must be considered when attempting to define the Christian character of a social ethic.Daniel Bell | The Yale Logos | Winter 2012
Love Thy Enemy
Are Christians merely ignoring the horrible things that the Boston bomber has done in praying for him? Is Rabbi Boteach right to claim that “[T]o show kindness to the murderer,” as the Christians are doing, “is to violate the victim yet again”?Enoch Kuo | Princeton Revisions |