Veritas Forum: Selfish Genes, Generous Soul?
Columbia Prof. Hughes then asked UNC Chapel Hill Prof. Sethupathy how there could be no evidence of God. The universe, to Hughes, didn’t seem to require a God.Crystal Ren | The Columbia Crown & Cross | Fall 2015 (blog)
Revisiting the Concept of Scientism: An Interview with MIT Professor Dr. Ian Hutchinson
"Historically, Christianity was in many respects a fertile philosophical and theological environment in which science, as we know it, got going."Anelise Powers | CalPoly Aletheia | Fall 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)
4 Take-Aways from the Veritas Forum: Does Science Point to Atheism?
Both panelists agreed on the constant thirst for truth present in both science and religion, and the “obvious tension” in their differences.Monica Perez | The Brown & RISD Cornerstone | Spring 2015
Veritas Forum Essay Contest 2016
The Veritas Forum is pleased to announce a new prize for the 2016 Augustine Collective article that best extends the theme of the Forum on your campus.Augustine Collective | Augustine Collective |
Augustine Collective Journals in the New York Times
Several member journals of the Augustine Collective were mentioned in a January 16, 2016 New York Times op-ed on evangelical students on secular campuses.Augustine Collective | Augustine Collective |
Harvard’s Editor-in-Chief Reflects on Depression, Despair, and Hope
During my four years at Harvard, I contemplated committing suicide no less than three times. It wasn’t until I almost failed a class during my senior year that I realized that I struggle with depression.Jordan Monge | The Harvard Ichthus Fish Tank |
Is Anything Worth Believing In? A Review of a Conversation with John Lennox
God could have easily made a universe in which bad things didn’t happen. However, Lennox argues that “the one thing you will not get in an automated, robotic, computerized universe is love, relationship, and so on... In order to have the possibility of love or relationship, you must create the possibility of choice.”Sarah Banks | The UPenn Lamp Post | Issue 01, Spring 2012