Isaiah’s Messianic vision became incarnate through Jesus Christ—the Savior of all humankind who was fully human and yet without sin, and who in the midst of suffering was the exalted Redeemer.
The fifth Sunday of Lent examines God’s care for his creation and the promise of eternal life through him, foretold in the prophet Ezekiel’s revelation.
On Laetare Sunday—the fourth Sunday of Lent—we are encouraged to rejoice that Lent is half over, with the joy of Easter approaching.
Last week, Associate Professor of Economics and Business Dr. Kristen Cooper ’06 gave the annual John Mason lecture, in which she advocated for a non-marginal way of thinking about life that embraces life’s ups and downs.
Psychology and sociology double major Brenna Peterson ’21 rekindled a love for writing in Intro to Creative Writing class—and is now slated to be published.