Journal


The underlying theme for the second issue is expression; that is, our writers have chosen topics that give them an opportunity to convey what faith means to them. As you will find, there are many ways to express faith whether it is through essays, short articles, or one-line picture captions.
The breadth of the topics covered is indicative of the religious diversity and curiosity at Knox. There is ‘unity in diversity.’
In order to view the article click on the image on the left or click here.

 

3 Responses to Journal

  1. Pingback: Welcome to the Knox Theology Journal | Fusion: Knox College Theology Journal

  2. Mary Kent Knight says:

    Dear Kyle and Yumna,
    I am absolutely bowled over with amazement and pride in what you have accomplished in putting together Fusion. The publication represents exactly what I had hoped Knox’s new department of religion and culture would spark: a desire to explore the commonalities among the world’s great religions AND to encourage dialogue on all levels. My dreams for Knox began with my affiliation with an organization in Deerfield, IL, Common Ground. I am going to copy here the “mission statement’” if you will, so you can see how Fusion brings to life CG’s ideals:

    Common Ground is a center for inquiry, study, and dialogue. Our primary concern is the human quest for understanding and the human pursuit of significance. While our endeavor began with the study of world religions and the commitment to inter-faith dialogue, our range of program offerings has been greatly expanded over the past several years.

    Today, our primary focus is on the world’s great cultural, philosophical, religious, and spiritual traditions and their implications for every dimension of human experience. Our course offerings include a tremendous variety of topics, including, but not limited to: history, literature, art, science, psychology, business, relationship, health, and personal growth. Our programs are shaped to meet the needs of all who are excited by ideas and serious about the quest.
    Common Ground is for those who are already deeply grounded in their own traditions and for those who are still searching. It is a place for all who are fascinated by the convergence of the ancient with the modern, of East with West, and of spirituality with planetary reality. Common Ground brings together a knowledge of the past and a vision of the future for a better understanding of the present.

    Please let me know if there is any way that I can be helpful to you as you go on from here. In fact, if it’s possibly to subscribe to your publication, please enroll me!!

    Mary Knight – Knox, 1960

  3. Mary Kent Knight says:

    PS I love the cover illustration…brilliant melding of symbols of various religions.

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