Through 2012 homophilosophicus will be developing its Inter-Faith Project and seeking contributors from various areas of expertise. The hope is that over the year ahead we shall be able to present to our readers a series of articles on themes relevant to all of our lives in the twenty-first century. If you feel that you have something to say and it meets the criteria laid out in the indicium please do not hesitate to contact us. Send your details to the editor at email@example.com
Homophilosophicus the editor
Jason Michael is a graduate of Theology and Biblical Studies at the University of Dublin, Trinity College, and a commissioned minister and preacher in the Anglican (Episcopalian) Church of Ireland. He has studied philosophy and sacred theology at the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca and served as a board member for some years on the Youth Leadership Council of the International Council of Christians and Jews. His most recent publication on Jewish-Christian dialogue was published in 2011 by the Irish Peace Centres, titled, “Being the ‘Other’ in the Context of Jewish Christian Dialogue.’ Jason Michael is committed to what he sees as the theological imperative; that theology, nourished by scripture and tradition, must articulate faith reasonably in the marketplace of the world and stimulate conscientious action directed by the love of both God and neighbour. It is his desire to see homophilosophicus become a safe place where people of all faiths and walks of life may share their religious ideas and present religion as a source of life and joy, and as a vibrant witness to God, to an increasingly confused world.