Other Written Works
"Tips on Dealing with Difficult People": This appeared in the Crown in the Fall of 2005, and was featured as a guest editorial.
"And then there Were None": This appeared in the Crown in the Fall of 2005, and was in the Entertainment section highlighting the new playing being performed by the King's players.
"Need a Change in Scenery": This appeared in the Crown in the Fall of 2005 and was in the Features section highlighting the study abroad program.
"Who Really is God": This paper was written for my Biblical Seminar class in the Spring of 2006. This paper is in response to a book called "Paul in Fresh Perspective," by N.T. Wright. The chapter I detailed along with other sources was on monotheism and how Saint Paul redefined the concept of Jewish monotheism. Along with the views of Saint Paul I did a comparison with Saint John, as well as concerns for contemporary Christians.
"True Healing": This paper was written for my Systematic Theology Seminar class in the Fall of 2005. This paper details the history of the Sacrament of Penance, its Theology and its implications for the society of today.
"To Fit the Mold": This paper was written for my Faith, Morality and The Person class in the Spring of 2005. This paper is a critical analysis of the book "Their Eyes Were Watching God," by Zora Neale Hurston.
"The United Methodist Church": This paper was for my class The Church in the Spring of 2005. This paper was an experiment at testing the waters at another faith tradition.
"Who is Antigone": This paper was for my class Myths of Greece and Rome in the Spring of 2005. This paper details the role of Antigone and whether or not she can be seen as a heroine or not.
"Retributive or Utililtarian?": This paper was for my Critical Thinking course in the Fall of 2004. This paper details the theories of punishment and which is just or which isn't. I tried to come to a conclusion - which was more difficult than I thought.
"Isolation": This paper was for my Critical Thinking course in the Fall of 2005. This paper is a reflection on the punishment of solitary confinement.