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"The God We Need"

Theme: It takes clear vision to see that Jesus Christ may not be the God we want, but simply is, and always has been, the God we need. 209 more words

First Presbyterian Church Of Metuchen

Going the Extra Mile: A Med Student’s Marathon

By Shoshana B. Weiner

“4 ounces water every mile, half an electrolyte ‘gu’ pack over 2.5 miles, ¼ energy bar every 6 miles.”  AKA how did you manage training for a marathon while in medical school?  594 more words

Medical School

Valentine's Day Book Review of Larry Hurtado's "Why on Earth Did Anyone Become a Christian in the First Three Centuries?"

I must admit, Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. To me, it is only fitting that Christians both celebrate the beginning of Lent, the intentional time of embodied reflection leading to the last week of Jesus’ life, and the life culminating in martyrdom of our brother Saint Valentine. 1,559 more words

Book Review of Michael Gorman's "The Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant"

One of the atonement books I was assigned this quarter was the book The Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant… 999 more words

Overcoming Uncertainty through Experience

By Michelle Sergi

Coming out of my first year of medical school I struggled with my sense of confidence.  After endless nights of studying, a multitude of experiences at our Clinical Training and Assessment Center, and specialized clinical experiences, I felt that I could take on the challenge of counseling patients.  983 more words

Medical Education

Am I at Peace?

Forming an identity isn’t easy. One needs to have a certain level of readiness and awareness to develop it. I faced similar issues when I began the journey in search of myself. 840 more words

Journey Within

Book Review of Larry Hurtado's "Destroyer of the gods"

The week before classes I chose to read through a book on my shelf I’ve been waiting to have time for just to get the academic juices pumping again before the semester began. 897 more words