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CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 31, Number 1, Spring 2020 / Profile

Nothing Is as Beautiful as a Human Being

Wesley Hill argues that to beat lust we shouldn’t ask people to look away from the human body, but learn to encounter the beauty of the human form with love.   More…

On Needing Toilet Paper, Resisting FOMO, and Leaning Into Mimesis

Psychologist Edward Ng unpacks the root of pandemic hoarding, showing how seemingly irrational behaviour is rooted in psychologically-driven acts of imitation. Instead of mimicking the masses, Ng shows how imitating Christ resists panic, helping us imagine our neighbour in love.   More…

Insights from a Physiotherapist on Living In and Not In Spite of Our Bodies

Pelvic health physiotherapist Sophia McLean helps us understand the human body as integral to genuine human experience, rather than an impediment to it.   More…

Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 2018

Building a Common Vocabulary

Stanley Hauerwas has lived in community, taught in community, and worshipped in community. He concludes, “Community depends on the people having something to do together, to have a clear good that you are about is absolutely crucial.”   More…

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