The Student Government: A Year in Review

by Sara Nimori, correspondent & new SGA President Have you ever wondered what Student Government does? If not, perhaps you have not heard of Student Government. This reaction prompts a look at what exactly the Student

The Salvation of Time

by Gordon White, web editor What do I know about time? As a 21-year-old, admittedly, not much. I know that time never quite moves at the speed you want it to. It drags on eternally when you’re

God and the Mystery of Science

by Nathaniel Moore, copy editor Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw in their book “why does E=mc2?” say this about science: “With each new level of understanding, a more accurate worldview emerges…in the very important sense that

Billy Graham: The Man and the Movement

Billy Graham has died. On the morning of February 21st, one of evangelicalism’s titans passed from this life and now awaits resurrection. He was eight months short of 100 years old.

Jonah’s Oscar Predictions

Jonah Wright is the managing editor for the Moody Standard. He is well-versed in movies and frequently covers them in the columns he writes for the Standard. The Academy Awards honors the best achievements in

What My Cleft Lip Taught Me About Physical Appearance

Sometimes, I take my finger and rub the cleft lip scar that runs from my upper lip to my nose. It reminds me that God is in control.

From the Editors of Thin Space: Crux

Our submissions are currently open for theologically informed art based on the theme Crux. All submissions are due December 8th at midnight. Tell us stories about moments of critical decision. Show us images that give flesh to the cruxes in your life and the life of your community.

The Bible and the Institute: On Homework and Devotionals

by Connor Ham, guest writer There is an old cliché here at Moody that warns, “Do not let the Bible become a textbook.” There is a lot of merit to this proverb. It is true for

Saving a Teacup

by Gordon White, web editor A few weeks ago, a Russian teacup taught me about God. I received the fragile gift from my birth parents and it quickly became a treasure. It is beautiful, crafted from

Artistry and Imagination

by Sierra Clanton, guest columnist When an artist creates, the choice to convey one message is subconsciously the choice to leave the inverse out. Thus, rather than being fully freeing, artistry might be poignant, declarative,

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