I try to be as generous as possible. I try to listen first, think things through, give others the benefit of the doubt. But when someone says something so ignorant, so poorly thought-out, and so dishonest that it makes your head spin, then you have to say something. Especially when that person is a fairly [...]
“God” is just about everywhere you turn. The word, I mean. Belief in God, trust in God. God-given. Godless. It’s a term that gets thrown around a lot, in plenty of contexts. The most interesting, important and somewhat frustrating, context of “God”-language is that of religion. Since conceptions of the divine are so vast and [...]
Joshua Oxley is a 2nd-year Master of Divinity student at the University of Chicago. He also serves as Humanist Advisor for the University, working primarily with secular students.