There’s No Place Like Heimat: How the Culture We Consume Reflects Our Desires
Heimat is an example of the universal desire that we share when we long for an ideal home with comfort and acceptance.Elizabeth Schmucker | Cornell Claritas | Spring 2019
Reduce, Reuse, Redeem?
But for the Lenten season of 2018, the Church of England did something a little different: it gave up plastic.Abigail Bezrutczyk | Cornell Claritas | Fall 2018
In this article I hope to shed some light on those areas in which behavioral biology actually has a lot to say about the religious experience.Hailey Reneau | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2017
Faith in a Crowded Space
Yet most important to Dante, beyond the universe’s organization and population, is the fact that he was connected to it, and that the whole thing was powered by love.Tess Fitzsimmons | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2017
As both a Christian and a long-time lover of nature, this article will seek to present why Christians should promote environmental stewardship.Marta Galambos | Cal Poly Aletheia | Spring 2018
The Numinous and the Natural: Christianity and Environmentalism
The Tragedy of the Commons shows us that the destruction of the environment is an issue regarding not only how people relate to one another, but also how we relate to nature.Jeffrey Poomkudy | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2017
The Dilemma of Faith in a Secular Age
Likewise, ours is an age in which believers and non-believers alike struggle with doubt about whether our beliefs are indeed the right ones.Micaela Walker | UC Berkeley TAUG | Spring 2016
Edwards and Thoreau: Typologies of Lakes
In composing their accounts of lakes, Jonathan Edwards and Henry David Thoreau drew from different sources and operated out of clashing ideological frameworks.Sarah Boss | The Wheaton Pub | Fall 2015
Is God Green?
One practical application of creation care is to think about agricultural systems that are sustainable and able to provide for people’s needs.Kristy Perano | The Cornell Claritas | Fall 2015