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10 Points on Eric Metaxas

10 Points on Eric Metaxas

In July, I wrote a response to a piece by Wayne Allyn Root advocating that Christians must vote for Donald Trump. Root's piece didn't turn out to have much readership, but then Eric Metaxas, of Bonhoeffer fame, wrote his own piece for the Wall Street Journal. This...

Imposter Syndrome: An Orientation Recap

Imposter Syndrome: An Orientation Recap

I can't quite believe that it's been almost exactly a month since I started at Harvard. The time has flown, at least in part because I haven't had a whole lot of time to catch my breath (in a good way, mostly). But I wanted to write a post about the orientation...

The Law School Diaries: Moving In

The Law School Diaries: Moving In

As of today, I've been in Boston for ten days. After all the lead up to getting here, it doesn't seem possible that this year has finally started. When last we left off, I was panicking a bit about late financial aid applications and immunization forms. The moral of...

Are Christians “Missing the Boat” on Donald Trump?

Are Christians “Missing the Boat” on Donald Trump?

Wayne Allyn Root, a businessman and political commentator among other things, wrote a column in which he argues that Christians are “missing the boat” on Donald Trump and that they should not only vote for him, but that doing anything else is denying the messages that...

Dealing with Difficult Relatives

Dealing with Difficult Relatives

Any time I see an article on this topic, the advice generally goes something like this: "We know it's hard to disagree with relatives sometimes, but they love you and want you to be happy, so as long as you explain to them that what you're doing makes you happy,...

Starting “The Law School Diaries”: Law School Prep

Starting “The Law School Diaries”: Law School Prep

This August, I have the amazing opportunity to start studying at Harvard Law School. While I'm at it, I decided I wanted to start a blog series on my experiences for those of you who are interested in maybe going to law school one day, or even are just curious about...