The Limits of Freedom

October 2015 Pulse On a chilly January morning this year, two heavily-armed Islamic terrorists barged into the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris and fired 50 shots, killing 11 people and injuring 11 others. The terrorists shouted...

Unpardonable Sin

What was Jesus referring to when he spoke of the unpardonable sin? Throughout the history of the Church, Christians of every stripe have wondered about the meaning of Jesus’ statement regarding the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit which is recorded in all three...

Responding to Changing Family Realities

September 2015 Feature Article Conservative Christians perceive that there are threats to the institution of the family. Most apparent are attempts internationally to redefine marriage to include same-sex unions. Cohabitation has become so common in some societies...

Post-Secularity

March 2015 Pulse It is quite fashionable to label the period in which we inhabit by the use of the prefix ‘post’: post-liberal, post-colonial, post-modern and even post-human. While the prefix annoyingly tells us very little, it does suggest that ours is an age...

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...