Moral pursuit of racial justiceBy Max Price | Contributor Reading through the hashtag #IfIDieInPoliceCustody this summer was sickening. It would be disheartening enough if this were considered in theory, but those tweets were legitimate instructions based on the very real threat of death black America faces from the criminal justice […]
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Navigating the intersection of art and faithBy Paula Weinman | Contributor Each year, Duke University assigns voluntary summer reading to its incoming freshman class. This year, Duke freshman Brian Grasso told* his class, via Facebook, that he wouldn’t be reading this year’s book—Alison Bechdel’s illustrated memoir Fun Home—for moral reasons. (The […]
Shopping for the perfect church in an imperfect worldBy Amy Gaasrud | Contributor The phrase “church shopping” is used commonly at Taylor. The idea is simple: visit different churches until you find one that suits your needs. A church shopper tries on churches like a teenage girl tries on jeans. […]
Yik Yak has created a space for truth and honesty. But it allows people to take things too far without any repercussions. Complaining about unimportant details is not the way to go in our walk with Christ. It doesn’t show grace or patience.