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

OKH Journal: Latest Issue


Welcome to the OKH Journal.  This is a special issue entitled, "Child Witchcraft Accusations and the Church."  The issue contains a major report by Robert J. Priest, Abel Ngolo and Timothy Stabell, responses by 31 academic and church leaders (as well as 6 book reviews on the same subject), and a final response by Robert Priest that reviews and interacts with the preceding 29 articles.  Please scroll down to see the issue.

The mission of the On Knowing Humanity Journal is to do anthropology in conjunction with carefully crafted Christian thought, as is amply demonstrated here. Please do consider contributing a full length, peer-reviewed article, a news or opinions piece, or a book review for future issues of the journal.

Posted: 2020-01-30
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