March Magazine 2023: Sins of the Heart

The cover of RLN's March issue. It features a photo taken from high in the sky with clouds beneath and giant factory chimneys piercing through them, billowing smoke. The theme of the magazine is "Sins of the Heart." The featured articles are "12 Artwork by Megan Krause Institutional Sin and 7 2SLGBTQIA+ Well-being 14 Review: From the Religion of Whiteness to Religion Otherwise"

Sins of the Heart

This issue features contributions concerned with “sins of the heart.”

In our Community Catechesis section, Gwen McAllister introduces readers to the Korean concept of han and its connection to sin, as outlined by theologian Andrew Sung Park.

Then, Merrill Grant, Kaitlyn Duthie-Kannikkatt, and Sandra Bender each reflect on institutional sin in relation to the wellbeing of sex and gender diverse populations.

Next, RLN features a generative art piece by artist Megan Krause, whose work offers meditations on “the push and pull that happens between humans and nature” and the “unrelenting power of nature and the respect it deserves”.

Finally, this issue concludes with a review of Dr. J. Kameron Carter’s webinar From the Religion of Whiteness to Religion Otherwise.

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