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What is LogoSophia Magazine?

LogoSophia Magazine is dedicated to creating and cultivating connections, unity and understanding between Christian denominations, under the leadership of an elected Editor in Chief.

LogoSophia is an online interdenominational Christian magazine that is published quarterly (in February, May, August, & November). At the start of the year, the staff will decide on a new theme for the year’s four issues, with possibilities ranging from the many virtues of life to the heavy burdens of our world. Both the magazine and the blog publish a wide array of creative material to encourage interesting conversations and emotional connections between Christian believers of different denominations and cultures. Learn more here.

Our Latest Blog Posts:

  • Of Tales and Theatre

    May 21, 2022 by

    With the ongoing direction of turning Disney’s cartoon classic movies into live action adaptations, some that work, others that don’t, many seem to forget that live action fairy tales were the norm when Disney was doing animated movies. One of these was a mini series put together and hosted by Shelley Duvall; another was put together and hosted by Shirley Temple. 

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  • Faithful Friday: Lydia of Philippi

    May 20, 2022 by

    Lydia of Philippi is one of the comparatively few women mentioned by name in the Acts of the Apostles, but very little is known about her. Acts 16:11ff tells us that Lydia sold purple cloth, that she was from Thyatira, and she was a believer who took Paul, Silas, and Luke into her home when they arrived in Philippi.

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  • Glitter Force: Faith in a Happy Ending

    May 19, 2022 by

    At first, Emily is delighted; a real pixie, just like in her favorite fairy tales! Then she learns that Candy has been sent to find the “Glitter Force” a group of mighty warriors who will defend earth, and Candy’s homeland, Jubiland (which we hope is badly translated) against the forces of evil, represented by an evil Jester, the Big Bad Wolf, a Witch, an Ogre, and the big bad, Emperor Nogo.

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