Issue 41  – May 2019 OUT NOW!

In this edition:

Jesus: Champion of the Poor and Marginalised, and Challenger of the Elite.
Professor Helen K. Bond, Professor of Christian Origins, University of Edinburgh.

Can you be too impartial?
Dr Julian Baggini, writer, speaker, consultant; Academic Director, Royal Institute of Philosophy.

Virtue Ethics
Jules Evans, practical philosopher and writer.

The Beer-Truck Hypothesis and Groundhog Day:
What Time Can Tell Us about The Meaning of Life
Professor Kimberly A. Blessing, Professor of Philosophy, SUNY, Buffalo State.

Islam and the Good Life: An Angle of Approach
Dylan Bartlett, Teacher of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Newington College, Sydney

Peace Education 2021 Project
Michael Wood, Anglican Chaplain, University of Western Australia.Brendan McKeague, Associate Staff Member, Pace E Bene Nonviolence Service

Failure and Living Well
Professor Beverley Clack, Professor in the Philosophy of Religion
Oxford Brookes University

The Philosophy of Friendship
Dr Mark Vernon, writer, broadcaster and journalist.

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