Christians should check hypocrisy

Christianity is rooted in non-violence. The call to denounce violence is explicitly stated in the Gospels. It is also implicitly stated by the actions of Jesus, who never fought back against the people who killed him. Regardless of all this, Christians love violence in the media. Why, then, is violence such an acceptable part of […]

Editorial comment

A group of scientists led by Dr. Melba Ketchum, a veterinarian who heads the Sasquatch Genome Project, has published a paper that firmly asserts the existence of the mythical creature, based on over a hundred pieces of genetic material collected in over 14 U.S. states and parts of Canada. Controversy has surrounded its publication, especially […]

A faithful cultural response

Christians who want to transform society need to be a faithful presence instead of trying to dominate or flee from culture, said a sociologist who studies Christianity and culture at Tuesday night’s Inaugural Symposium lecture. “If changing the world was a business venture, the business model has failed,” said Dr. James Davison Hunter, a professor […]

Survey sparks amendments

Based off the results of a recent ASSP survey sent out to the students, new legislation was introduced at Monday night’s senate meeting. Senior Nate Strong, the ASSP president, presented the survey’s results to the senators. Among the results, 57 percent of students not in leadership roles answered that they do not participate in any […]

Defining ‘engagement’

As part of the Inaugural Symposium, four Seattle Pacific faculty members reflected on what the mission statement, “engage the culture, change the world” meant to them. Held at 1 p.m. in Upper Gwinn on Tuesday, each faculty member was asked to zero in on a specific, key word of the mission statement. Dr. Kevin Neuhouser, […]