“The Atheist’s Dilemma” (note that I would prefer it to be “An Atheist’s Dilemma“) – my testimony about converting from atheism to Christianity in Christianity Today
“The Kingdom Cometh, So Where Are We Going?” – an exploration of our often flawed theology of heaven and earth, published in the print edition of Fare Forward.
“Modcloth and Me” – a meditation on the increased temptation posed by consumerism and tailored online advertising, published on the blog of Fare Forward.
“The Beauty of Babel” – a review of the latest album by my favorite band Mumford & Sons, published on the blog of Fare Forward.
A Book Review of The Juvenilization of American Christianity – published in the print edition of Fare Forward.
The two pieces of writing that I’m most proud of are:
“He Is Risen: A Defense of the Historicity of the Resurrection” – the title says it all, published in the print edition of The Harvard Ichthus.
“Depression and Despair at Harvard” – a meditation on my personal experience and the struggle with failure, published on the Fish Tank, the blog of The Harvard Ichthus.
“Christian Materialism in Philosophy of Mind: Combining the Worldviews of Freud and Lewis” – an analysis of the philosophy of Nancey Murphy as a way of resolving the mind-body problem, published in the print edition of The Harvard Ichthus
“The Incarnation” – a Christmas meditation on the need for Jesus to be fully Man and fully God, published in the print edition of The Harvard Ichthus
“Women’s Superiority and Submission” – a satire on the role of women and Pauline interpretation, published on the Fish Tank, the blog of The Harvard Ichthus.
An Article About Me:
“Faith Emerging: Finding God at Harvard” by the supremely talented Rebecca Elliott, in the Harvard Crimson
Jordan–I’m Cliff lea..pastor of FBC Leesburg, Florida. I just wanted you to know that I read your “Athiest’s Dilema” article in CT…and was very touched by your story. Keep up the great work. Sincerely in Christ, Pastor Cliff
Thank you for your kind note, Cliff!
There is no God, kid.
Hi Jordan, I am heartened by your article in Christianity Today and am going to follow your blog! May you experience joy and fruitfulness on your journey!