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

 

Gershon & Roza Lewkowicz Prize

 

The Saeculum Team is pleased to announce the winner of the first Gershon & Roza Lewkowicz Prize in Jewish-Christian Relations!

 
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Vol 8, No 3 (2013): Saeculum

Exploring the theme of Christianity and Freedom.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Meet the Team Meet the Team
Katherine Exarhakos
About the Cover About the Cover
Katherine Exarhakos
From the Editor's Desk From the Editor's Desk
Katherine Exarhakos

Features

Reformation and Domination: Political Aspirations Achieved Through the Great Bible Reformation and Domination
Fiona Li

Essays

Mea Culpa: Public Apology, Prime Minister Harper, and Indian Residential Schools Mea Culpa
Lauren Pais
Sleevegate: Print Media Coverage of First Lady Michelle Obama and its Ethical, Theological, and Social Ramifications Sleevegate
Leah Henrickson
Ecstatic Evangelism: The Music, The Gospel, The Message Ecstatic Evangelism
Heather Moore
Finding Tradition, Founding Modernity: The History and Relevance of Feminist Theology in a Secular Society Finding Tradition
Esther Dongwon Kim