The Social Sciences Section at Shorter College has introduced the most up-to-date volume of Christus Cultura: The Journal of Christianity in the Social Sciences.
The journal seeks to investigate and emphasize, in impressive and cutting-edge means, the intersection of Christian faith and the human encounter as expressed in the research of the social sciences, including heritage, political science, psychology, sociology, criminology, worldwide students, Christian and missionary studies, and a lot more. Contributors existing original analysis and solicited items—from content articles and essays to ebook critiques and commentaries—on difficulties crucial to the Christian lifestyle as it is skilled now or in the past or as they could be experienced in the foreseeable future.
“This calendar year marks our third yearly version of Christus Cultura,” stated Charles Carter, Affiliate Professor of Background and Running Editor of the Publication. “Over these decades, we have been blessed to see our journal increase, with contributions from students from numerous Evangelical Christian universities. This year’s edition addresses a broad assortment of matters, from the incarnation of Christ to the psychology of evil. It is our honest hope that this journal will, in some way, boost the faith of readers.”
“This issue, like the troubles prior to it, highlights the range that is discovered in the social sciences,” claimed Jared Linebach, Affiliate Professor of Legal Justice and Chair of the Department of Social Sciences at Shorter. “Despite the variety of topics, a central topic in this problem may well be the redemptive function of Christ as illustrated in the social sciences.”