Writings

Recent: 

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.

Older:

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

4 thoughts on “Writings

  1. 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

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