Jacqueline Arnold

Faith Features Columnist

Thu

03

May

2018

Seasons, Friendship, and Eternal Life

by Jacqueline Arnold

 

Life here on earth, by its definition, is full of seasons, which implies beginnings and endings. Some are tangible, others are not. Graduating university and leaving behind a very unique time in my life—one saturated with intense learning, growing, and community—is a very tangible ending, to say the least. 

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Wed

29

Nov

2017

Always With Us

 

by Jacqueline Arnold

 

 

Community. The world is made up of communities of all types, centered around all sorts of things: hobbies, sports, academic disciplines, work, and faith.

 

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Thu

26

Oct

2017

Prayer and Time

by Jacqueline Arnold

 

Praying is an act of faith. When you pray, you are participating in your faith life, surrendering your pride, and trusting in the internally transformative power of prayer. Through prayer, you are actively inviting the Lord to enter into your life. This is how I typically understand prayer. Why, then, when I become busy and overwhelmed with the foreboding tasks of the day, week, month, or even year, is prayer always the first activity that I cut out of my day, in order to “make more time”?

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Tue

26

Sep

2017

Philosophical Applications on the Road to True Freedom

 

 

 

by Jacqueline Arnold

 

The concept of human freedom—at least in today’s society—is often an abstract, theoretical concept whose definition is variant and may change depending on different situations. This complicates any attempt for governments to create national laws and, furthermore, for any kind of international treaties or resolutions to be made. For laws, treaties, and policies that respect the dignity of the person to be implemented, a widespread understanding of true freedom is essential.

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