The Postmodern Turn

May 2015 Pulse ‘Postmodern’ is a word that seems to appear very frequently in both print and conversation these days. This dreadful coinage can be traced to the 1930s, but it was probably not until the 1970s that it began to receive wide and serious attention in...

A Sense of Justice

“But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” (Amos 5:24). Since time immemorial philosophers and thinkers of every stripe have reflected on the meaning of justice. At around 380 BC, Plato wrote his magnificent...

Render To Caesar… Render To God

March 2015 Feature Article Whenever there is a discussion on the obligations of Christians towards the state, a key saying of Jesus is invariably cited. The most well-known rendition of it is found in the King James’ Version of the Bible: “Render to Caesar the things...