What is Justice?
If Jesus’ loving death on the cross becomes the Christian archetype of justice, our vision has more in common with Socrates’ than with Thrasymachus’ or Cephalus’.Luke Foster | The Yale Logos | Spring 2016
Veritas Forum: Satisfaction and the Good Life
In this particular Veritas Forum, Dr. Tim Keller, prolific Christian author and founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, represented the Christian faith, and Professor Mark Lilla, intellectual historian at Columbia University, represented a secular worldview.Nathan Barlow | The Columbia Crown and Cross | Fall 2016 (blog)
Christian Morality and Euthyphro’s Dilemma
The changing views of society on these and other issues have to some been evidence of our moral improvement and enlightenment, and to others a sign of moral deterioration.Richard Ibekwe | MIT et Spiritus | Spring 2016
Does Divine Mercy Contradict Divine Justice?
If justice is giving what is due and mercy is overlooking what is due then it appears that justice and mercy really are contradictory.Danielle D'Souza | The Dartmouth Apologia | Spring 2014
In Defense of Miracles
While a thorough defense of theism is outside of the scope of this article, let us quickly consider some of the arguments for theism and against naturalism.Rachel McKee | The Dartmouth Apologia | Spring 2014