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‘Render to Caesar’
Winther, President of the Institute for Principle Studies. Then the Pharisees went and plotted how to entangle him in his words. Tell us, then, what you think. Is it lawful to pay taxes to Caesar, or not? Show me the coin for the tax.
Law, Culture and the Humanities , 13 3 , pp. Open access copy at publisher website. The question of the authority of law has occupied and vexed the literature and philosophy of law for centuries. The return to the writings of the Apostle Paul in contemporary philosophy, theology and jurisprudence begs attention in relation to the authority of law, and so this article will consider his analysis and critique of law with a focus on his Epistle to the Romans. Hence, considering the reasoning of Paul in relation to traditional jurisprudential themes and the law of love provides a useful alternative analysis and basis for further investigation regarding the authority of law and the need for its obedience. These databases contain citations from different subsets of available publications and different time periods and thus the citation count from each is usually different.
Rendering to God and Caesar is mostly comprised of primary sources, including founding documents, Supreme Court cases, and momentous speeches.
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Warren Carter I, II. This article observes the rarely-discussed phenomenon that the Marcan paying-the-tax scene refers to tax in the singular, whilst the concluding saying uses the plural 'the things of Caesar and of God'. The article accounts for this phenomenon by means of developing traditions. The section under the heading 'Mark's scene and saying about taxes ' counters the common claim that scene and saying originated as a unit from the historical Jesus. It proposes that whilst the saying may have originated with Jesus, the scene as we have it did not.
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To understand American government is, at minimum, to recognize religion's profound influence on our culture and, by extension, our politics. Rendering to God and Caesar is mostly comprised of primary sources, including founding documents, Supreme Court cases, and momentous speeches. Grouped into six unifying sections with introductions that tie the individual works together and point to their significance, each article is introduced as well by brief comments to highlight specific features or issues.
The St. James Calendar of the Christian Year. T hese days, Jesus' aphorism, "Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and render to God the things that are God's," is taken as an endorsement of secular politics. Jesus, it is thought, sets up two spheres of life, sealed off from one another, with no overlap. There's the realm of Caesar, which is the realm of submission to brute earthly power; and there's the realm of worship, the spiritual realm, the realm of the things of God, in which we give God his due.