Right thinking does not produce right action

by Parker Hathaway Student Theological Society Whenever Christians baptize something other than people, there will always be inherent dangers. Such is the case with the Christian Academy, which has simply taken the university and “Christianized”

Naked and ashamed versus clothed and righteous

by Parker Hathaway, correspondent At the pinnacle of life before the fall, Adam and Eve were naked and unashamed. The origin of sin is unclear, but the effects are devastating. The married couple was no

Our death obsessed culture

by Parker Hathaway, correspondent “No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there,” writes Steve Jobs, the deceased co-founder and CEO of Apple. He

Two Natures

by Parker Hathaway, president, Student Theological Society Romans 8:6 – For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body of sin might be done away with, that we should

Screwtape on Church

by Parker Hathaway, correspondent My Dear Wormwood, It is of utmost importance that you give students of Moody your deepest affection. Through the years, the alumni have won many a convert. This is no task for

Student Theological Society: God Bless America

by Parker Hathaway, correspondent Jesus did not have America in mind when he said, “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill” (Matt 5:14).  However, Puritan and early settler John

Pop culture or sub culture?

by Alexis Marie Berry, for Student Theological Society Popular culture reveals the conversation of humans affected by the alienating results of the Fall and their indescribable longing for reconciliation. In the media-driven language of