A month ago, I wrote a short paper on intellectual integrity. I endeavored in that paper to use theology as my “tradition of speech”, with the claim that academic integrity matters because God matters. Therefore, academic writing necessitates honest theological conviction. I use theology as my lens because I am a Christian, part of the church’s catholicity. I am gifted with that particular “speech”—theology, to navigate the imponderables of life. As such, I endeavor in this essay to continue that discussion.