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Blurred lines

Blurred lines

We listen to music for a variety of reasons, such as rhythm, beat and artist. But do we recognize the meaning of the lyrics we are singing?

by · May 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
The sexual pluralist revolution

The sexual pluralist revolution

The sexual pluralism movement has grown in Western culture recently. The culture has moved away from the church culture, allowing for the shift to sexual pluralism to happen. The argument for it is skeptical and Christians should hold to the Biblical view.

by · May 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Down with Dove

Down with Dove

Dove’s “Real Beauty” campaign may focus on the cultural standard of beauty but really just does so to make profits. It sketches women’s view of themselves and another person’s view of the woman to show the differences in self-image. The campaign is still just an ad to make money.

by · May 2, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
The Bigger Picture: Well played

The Bigger Picture: Well played

Many of us struggle with holding political leaders to certain moral codes. Does the game of international politics put leaders above ethical laws and norms, or make them more accountable to it? President Putin may face international condemnation for everything from invading Crimea to human rights abuses, but at the same time he has managed to put Russia in a powerful position on the world stage. I believe it is possible to to admire the skill and strategy of world leaders even while not condoning actions you consider to be unethical.

The dangers of biblical interpretation

The dangers of biblical interpretation

Scripture is being made inaccessible once again. We cannot accept that God’s Word is hidden from us.

by · April 25, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Toy Story and the Christian

Toy Story and the Christian

Toy Story has a theme of humility that can be used in everyday life. Woody becomes humble through various situations and as Christians we can learn humility from Woody. We deserve the fate we should get being the worst of sinners but Christ shows us mercy because we are his.

by · April 11, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
nerdster

Nerdster: One step closer to the replicator

Do you ever wish that you lived in the world of #StarTrek? Maybe someday we will, sorta. Read on to see how some of our technology is reflecting the realm of sci-fi.

The Bigger Picture: Clouded vision

The Bigger Picture: Clouded vision

World Vision found itself the target of evangelical criticism after a policy change on same-sex marriage—so much so, that they reversed their policy 48 hours later. Was their reversal the result of prayerful consideration? Or were they pressured by evangelical leaders who questioned their Christianity and pulled their financial support? And why is it often the marginalized and oppressed—like the 2,000 children who lost their sponsors—who suffer at the hands of our theological divides and culture wars?

Overstating the obvious

Overstating the obvious

Feminism is a hot topic on campus, but one editorialist argues there’s no need for heated debate. Defining the goals of feminism would allow women and men to stand behind the equality-driven movement.

by · April 4, 2014 · 2 comments · Editorials
GPA won’t get you pay

GPA won’t get you pay

Students spend a lot of time and effort clinging to their GPAs. But is their stress misplaced? One editorialist suggests students should spend more time pursuing internships and other opportunities that will better prepare them for the workforce.

by · March 14, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials