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Robin Williams, Matt Walsh, Morality, and Mental Illness

Popular Christian morality has a strained relationship with mental illness, and this has scarcely been more apparent than right now.¬†With Robin Williams’ tragic suicide yesterday, everyone seems to have an opinion to share — not a bad thing, as I … Continue reading

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Justice Remains Disappointed

I wrote this essay for my philosophy of religion class in the spring of last year. In reflecting on the intense suffering of a relative, I want to make this public. It is by no means an airtight account of … Continue reading

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The Cyanide Christ

“I’ll fly away, oh glory, I’ll fly away…” More evil words never came out of a church hymn! Why should we celebrate death? Christianity is a celebration of life. Death is a reminder that life is broken and in need … Continue reading

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