Mission of the Journal:

The On Knowing Humanity Journal promotes the development of a Christian approach to anthropology through interdisciplinary research and scholarship. For a full description of its purpose see "Focus and Scope" under the "About" tab above. The journal is peer reviewed and open access; registration is encouraged and it is free.  Please see the most recent issue below.

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Donations to the Journal:

The OKH Journal is open access and free to all authors, reviewers, and readers.  Please consider donating to the journal to cover the costs of online publication.  Donations can be accepted as checks in US dollars, written to "Eastern University, OKH Journal," and mailed to Eloise Meneses, Eastern University, 1300 Eagle Rd., St. Davids, PA 19087.



Black lives do matter.


The OKH Journal fully supports the efforts of the current anti-racism movement to address issues of systemic racism in the American policing system and in society generally. To say that "Black lives matter" is to say that we cannot take Black people's lives from them in our streets as if they do not matter.  As a journal of Christian anthropology, our mission is to view culture through theological as well as anthropological lenses. Thus, racism is a damaging social problem, but also an expression of evil. We support praying, speaking out, and being involved in a wide variety of constructive dialogues and activities to address this problem at this time.

Please see the latest issue of the journal below.

Posted: 2020-07-29
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Vol 5, No 1 (2021)

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Papua New Guinea