Wojtyla, Berdyaev and Marxism

September 2019 Pulse In 2012, Stuart James wrote an article for The Guardian pondering on the renaissance of Marxism 164 years after Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published The Communist Manifesto. What is interesting in James’ article is the reasons he reports as to...

Liturgy and Life

August 2019 Pulse For many evangelical Christians today, the liturgy smacks of mindless rituals that stifle the spontaneity of the Holy Spirit and suffocate the Christian life. They argue that if the Spirit of God is indeed present in the church, then Christians...

Arendt and ‘Organised Lying’

August 2019 Pulse In March 2018, the Select Committee on Deliberate Online Falsehoods conducted a series of hearings over a period of eight days to gather views and recommendations from scholars, the media and the general public on a phenomenon that has generated...

Vatican on Gender Theory

July 2019 Pulse One of the most controversial fields of inquiry that has emerged in the last century during the post-war years is gender studies. Various influences have been attributed to the shaping of this field, whose influence is now felt in a wide variety of...

Death by Organ Donation

July 2019 Pulse One of the most important breakthroughs in modern medicine in the treatment of patients with certain forms of organ failure is organ transplantation. In the case of patients with kidney failure, for example, renal transplantation is preferred to...

Christianity and Marxism

June 2019 Pulse In his book entitled Christianity and Marxism (1995), the renowned Scottish philosopher, Alasdair Macintyre, observes that there are three ways in which modern western society has viewed Marxist philosophy. The first is to accept Marxism in toto as...