religion

With course enrollment for Fall 2018 in full swing, the Wheel interviewed graduating seniors about their favorite courses and professors. From pharmacology to the classics, Emory seniors shared their thoughts on the classes students shouldn’t miss. The following transcripts have ...

Billy Graham, the evangelical Christian known as “America’s Pastor,” died Feb. 21, leaving a void at the forefront of the American evangelical movement. Newsmax named Graham America’s most influential evangelist, and though Graham was certainly imperfect, his theology was far ...

With a multitude of both new and returning students swarming onto Emory’s grounds, “Best in Show” took the stage Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. on McDonough Field, ending Orientation Week by showcasing Emory’s diverse pool of talented student groups, from ...

For some inexplicable reason, Americans have developed this need to be offended by everything they see and hear. In the past several months, America has expressed its deep and passionate offense toward the following things: Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” music ...

It wasn’t until this past Commencement, when Salman Rushdie was escorted by an armored vehicle with armed cohort, that I finally understood why the man won’t go anywhere without an entourage. I marveled from the School of Theology as they ...

I feel a great sense of awe whenever I meet somebody who claims to work by reason alone, who claims that all things will eventually be knowable by means of the human rational faculty and who is only too happy ...

In 1983 Alfred Smith and Galen Black were fired from their jobs after testing positive for mescaline, the main compound in the illegal and hallucinogenic peyote cactus. As members of the Native American Church, they had not ingested peyote for ...

“How will we know we are living up to King’s vision? How will we know we are on the way forward?” Dr. Robert M. Franklin, the new James T. and Berta R. Laney Professor in Moral Leadership at the Candler ...

Last week, Oxford College freshman Sid Raju wrote a column on religion in the modern era. He argued that while religions may have been valuable in ages gone by, many of the loudest religious voices today are backward at best ...