Last week saw two groups that actively hinder Christian efforts clash on the Diag — GEO and street preachers.
Dastardly Diag-Dwelling ‘Disciples’ Deplore Discourse – Students Too
The preachers on the Diag were hateful and obscene, and the students surrounding them should not have stooped to their level.
How a Book on Islam Strengthened my Catholic Faith
I do not pretend to be as devout a Catholic as I should be. Too often, I am not even a particularly good one. Nonetheless, I am and was raised a Catholic, so I tend to view nearly every theological topic through a Catholic lens. David Pinault’s The Crucifix on Mecca’s Front Porch gave me […]
Back in the Mighty Fortress: A Christian’s Take on Virtual Church and Returning to the Pews
Church on Sunday is a fixture for me, as it is for so many other Christians. Every family and group has “their” unofficial official pew, every smiling face is familiar, and all meet in the same place to worship the same God. The pastors and congregation alike share handshakes and hugs after every service. Like […]
Talk on Human Dignity Packs Hill Auditorium
On Tuesday, February 7, a talk entitled “What Does It Mean To Be Human?” drew thousands to Hill Auditorium, filling the venue to capacity. Mr. Abdu Murray and Dr. Ravi Zacharias, both Christians, endeavored to defend the Judeo-Christian notion of human dignity. Both noted that even ardent secularists were beginning to realize the impossibility of […]