Saeculum Undergraduate Academic Journal

"So five ages of the saeculum are ended."
- St. Augustine of Hippo

This journal, a collaborative venture of undergraduate students in the Christianity and Culture program of Saint Michael’s College and the University of Toronto, offers a venue for scholarly conversation about life in the saeculum. In these pages, you will read about the critical engagement between Christian tradition and the broader cultures in which it always and inevitably remains intermixed, including scientific discovery, music and the arts, philosophy and theology, politics and society, and the perennial task of Christian education.


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Vol 11, No 1 (2016): Special Issue on Jewish Christian Relations

This special issue of Saeculum features previously published essays on Jewish-Christian relations. It explores these relationships in chronological order – that is, from Jesus’ time to present day.

Table of Contents

Artwork

Rev. Dan Donovan

Editorial

Andrea Carandang

Essays

Cameron R. Freeman
Jessica De Luca
Guinevere Kern
Nisheeta Menon
David Alcorn

Features

. Commission for Religious Relations with Jews