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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Announcements

 

Introducing New Staff

 
The Saeculum Team is proud to announce that the Saeculum Executive Committee has elected a new Editor-in-Chief and Associate Edtior for the 2014-2015 year!  
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Vol 9, No 1 (2013): Christianity & War

Table of Contents

Gershon & Roza Lewkowicz Prize

The Demonized Jew in Medieval Christendom Demonized Jew
Jessica De Luca

Features

Reconciliation as Human Development in Post-Genocide Rwanda Rwanda
Hannah Hong

Essays

Witchcraft and the Papacy in Renaissance Europe Witchcraft
Jessica Racanelli
“‘Woman’s Head is Man:’ Complementarian and Egalitarian Perspectives on Biblical Biblical Gender Roles” Complementarianism
Luis Dizon