by Bradley Yam, SY ’21 Imagine that you are given a glove that granted you magical god-like powers over all of human life everywhere. You would only need to snap your fingers, and it would in some way make the … Continue reading Thanos and Theodicy: Why don’t we just fix the world? (Part 1)
So many grown-up Christians I admired– my grade’s small group leader in youth group, C. S. Lewis himself, and many others– had a tangible turning point at which they became followers of Christ. No matter what struggles they faced in their faith, they had that moment to turn to and consider, to comfort them; I had nothing of the kind. I yearned so strongly for some decisive event in my own life, to help dispel the doubts and distance from God I felt for almost all of high school. Maybe if I could have such a moment of overwhelming certainty, of unquestioned belief that God is real and really who He says He is, I would feel more secure in my faith. Continue reading Following Jesus from Cradle to College
by Christian Olivier, TC ’20 What does it mean to be a Christian at Yale? Being a Christian at Yale means always relying on God’s grace and mercy to speak thoughtfully, act graciously, think critically, and love deeply, never … Continue reading Being Christian at Yale
“Preach the word; be ready in season and out of season; reprove, rebuke, and exhort, with complete patience and teaching.” 1 Timothy 4:2 ESV Continue reading A Case for Rebuke
It has been a crazy last few days leading up to Christmas. Gifts to buy, food to prepare, friends to see. But are the multitudes preparing for the holidays ready to welcome the baby Christ into the world? How can … Continue reading Ready to welcome Him?