The preachers on the Diag were hateful and obscene, and the students surrounding them should not have stooped to their level.
Category: Faith and Spirituality
What The New York Times Gets Right About Gen Z
Writer and political commentator Andrew Klavan sardonically dismisses the opinion section of The New York Times as “Knucklehead Row.” Klavan may often have a point, but “Knucklehead Row” occasionally produces excellent journalism. One particularly perspicacious piece was the recent “New York’s Hottest Club Is the Catholic Church.” In a compelling guest essay, Julia Yost remarks […]
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 […]