edited by Dinah Livingstone
Sofia is the magazine of the Sea of Faith Network (UK) and is published quarterly. It is free to all members of the UK network but non-members can also subscribe to the magazine. Further details HERE. Click on thumbnail of front and back pages for larger image.
Sofia #117 September 2015Nowhere Else But Here. What Can We Offer?
- Front cover image
: Men's Bathing Pond, Hampstead Heath.
- Back cover image
: Painting: 'Another World is Possible' - World Social Forum motto/'A World with Room for Every World'
- Zapatista motto.
- Let's Hear It for Utopia! by David Boulton
- The Planet and the People by Francis McDonagh
- Radical Theology versus Religious Radicalisation by Dominic Kirkham
- Freud versus Jung A Response by Edward Walker
- Thomas More's First Step in Heaven by Nicholas Bielby
- A Legend of St Francis Umbrian Folk Song translated by Dinah Livingstone
- The Unicorn 'Orpheus Sonnet' by Rainer Maria Rilke, translated by J.B. Leishman
- Canticle of the Creatures by Francis of Assisi, translated by Dinah Livingstone
- Theology: David Lambourn reviews Treasure Beneath the Hearth: Myth, Gospel and Spirituality Today by Edward Walker
- Theology: Michael Morton reviews Christianity in Review: A History of the Faith in 50 Books by Anthony Kenny
- Society: Pat Caddick reviews A Disreputable Priest: Being Gay in anti-Gay Cultures by Ian Corbett
- Social Philosophy: Barbara Burfoot revisits The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine
- Poetry: Kathryn Southworth reviews The Naming of Things by Nicholas Bielby
Regulars and Occasionals
- SOF Sift by Carol Holt
- As I Please. John Pearson ruminates on the film Mr Holmes