Stefan Hinkley is a sophomore majoring in Biblical Studies. In this column, he explores the meaning of hell in the Bible.
Corban’s cliche of “ring by spring” is becoming more prevalent as the season fast approaches. For those students who don’t have any dating prospects on the horizon, it is easy to become depressed and fill your sorrows with ice cream and chocolate, right? Wrong.
Corban sophomore Steffan Bard writes a letter in imitation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters,” in which the demon Screwtape advises Wormword about ways to tempt a Christian college student.
With the Mayan calendar predicting the end of the world in 2012, what is the Christian response to such Doomsday predictions?
You may not have had to fear for your life in middle or high school, but today’s children do. What should Christians do about this problem?
I haven’t figured out the scientific logistics yet, but I am determined to never have a firstborn child.
Many of us still have the mind set that we can have Christ without carrying our cross.