We have all heard about the “Hijab and Niqab Debate” in Europe and all the ridiculous arguments against the Hijab. I believe one of the main causes behind this issue is that the Islamic faith, traditions and culture are widely misunderstood in Europe (and in North America) and that the hijab is a symbol that represents … More The Hijab Debate
Celebrating Christ’s resurrection this year was something truly special and magical as I took part in celebrations ranging from Russian Orthodoxy, Anglo-Catholicism (Episcopal/Anglican) and Methodism. The most memorable part of Easter/Pascha was celebrating with friends from various traditions within Christianity and with each celebration being different from the others. I must say it was a … More Easter & Pascha: Celebrating Christ’s Resurrection Across Christian Traditions
This is a short essay I wrote as a final for one of my religion courses. This is my opinion on the topic and the essay still needs some work but I thought I would share it anyways. There is not much material to go off of for this topic but after going through the … More The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife: Does it Change the Understanding of Christ?