I fear not hell

By Andrew Mackay  I fear not hellfor god, if such a being existwould be of Loveall shall be savedthe punishment for sinis within life itselfthat the hells we commitprisons of our own mindand bodydo not follow usNo, I fear heaventhat those whose painand suffering is beyond thatwhich any being with inherentworth and dignityshould endure, shallnot... Continue Reading →

I am no Jedi – I am Jeremy

By Jeremy Schulz After my father’s sudden and unexpected death in 1995, my world was shattered. Not only was an integral part of our family gone, death had welcomed him during the week he did not have life insurance – and so my mother filed for bankruptcy, and her and my brother Jason, and me... Continue Reading →

Senator Cotton knows kids are hungry

By Alyssa BurlesonThe following is a response to Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton's proposed bill to cut off federal funding to public schools K-12 that choose to teach the New York Times Magazine's 1619 Project based upon his argument that the project is "left-wing garbage."I once traveled with a group of young United Methodists to D.C. for a... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Civility and Tolerance

The name The Prophet was selected as the title for this student journal due to the Boston University School of Theology's reputation as "The School of the Prophets." The Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership at Boston University is Dr. Walter Earl Fluker. He often encourages current students to consider how we might... Continue Reading →

Mind Playing Tricks on Me

by Dashinika Poindexter Geto Boys, a rap group, consisting of Big Mike, Willie D, and Scarface, released a song entitled “Mind Playing Tricks on Me” featured on their 1991 album We Can’t Be Stopped. The record is one of the greatest hip hop songs to come out of the 90s. The 5-minute song vividly portrays... Continue Reading →

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