Articles by Katelyn Bosch

Katelyn Bosch

Katelyn Bosch is the Chimes religion editor for the 2014-2015 year. She is a junior studying History and Strategic Communication from Allendale, MI. Coffee, stimulating conversations, Lord of the Rings, and the Beatles are among her favorite things, preferably a combination of these

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Professor presents new book on Medieval Bible

History professor Frans van Liere presented his book “An Introduction to the Medieval Bible” in the Meeter Center on...

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Americans rethink religion in politics

A new study from the Pew Research Center reveals that Americans believe that religion is losing its influence on politic...

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Intervarsity unrecognized at CSU

InterVarsity, a well-established youth ministry organization, lost recognition at California State University effective ...

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Calvin professors describe ISIS and implications

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, has recently received attention following a series of violent acts, includ...

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Ali Abunima speaks at Calvin College

Ali Abunima, a renowned activist and author, spoke in the chapel undercroft about Gaza’s plea for help on Monday, Sept...

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5th annual Bible study to focus on James

Campus Ministries is kicking off the 5th annual campus-wide Bible study. This year, the campus will study the book of Ja...

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Synod 2014 affirms academic freedom at Calvin

This summer Synod 2014 accepted a document called “Confessional Commitment and Academic Freedom at Calvin College,” ...

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Modern Judaism in Grand Rapids

We encounter Jewish people all the time — in our religion and history classes, when reading the Bible at church, watch...

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Young Life Winter Weekend engages high school students

On Friday, Nov. 30, 51 Calvin Christian High School students loaded onto buses and drove north to Timberwolf Lake in Lak...

The Manasseh Project, a local organization created by Wedgwood Christian Services, focuses on cutting down human trafficking activity in Grand Rapids.  A member will be at Calvin on Nov. 29 to speak about the issue.  File photo
INTRO events spread awareness on sex trafficking

Leslie King was sexually abused as a child, an experience which left her feeling lost and vulnerable. When she met a man...