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What is LogoSophia Magazine?
LogoSophia seeks to create a magazine and community 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 magazine will decide on a new theme for its content, ranging from the many virtues of life to the heavy burdens of our world.
The magazine intends to publish a wide array of creative material that encourages interesting conversations and emotional connections between Christian believers of different denominations and cultures, including but not limited to:
- Advice Column
- Bible verses/passages
- Book reviews
- Comic strip
- Controversy Corner
- Letters to the editor
- Movie reviews Original fiction
- Reader write-ins
- Regular columns
- Visio Divinia (a holy image to contemplate)
- And More
I wasn’t planning on starting a new magazine. Sure, the idea had crossed my mind, but I was already stretched rather thin across many activities… I barely had time for my hobbies.Read More
Up in the north, the moon hangs highRead More
The brightest light in the still, frosty sky
Whites and blues color the scene below
As all has been hushed by the newly fallen snow
The pine trees stand tall and firm on the hillside, silent sentries to the children’s fun. Their needles shake in the wind as the children’s laughter echo off the hills. The children rush towards one particular hill, the largest one, dragging their sleds behind them.Read More
The nasna to whom the season of winter was entrusted is known as Jack Frost, a high-spirited, rather mischievous lad with a penchant for trouble. He was artistic, to be sure, but his art was a bit strange; no two pieces of his art, no matter how similar they may look at first glance, were never quite exactly same – there was always one or two things about each picture that was different.Read More