Reflections journal is produced twice a year as a public service of Yale Divinity School.
Each issue of Reflections seeks to bring theological insight to a contemporary social, political or religious question.
By way of personal essays, analysis, interpretation, poetry and art, the magazine extends the mission of Yale Divinity School: to foster the knowledge and love of God through scholarly engagement with Christian traditions in a global, multifaith context.
Written for a general readership, the magazine aims to furnish arguments not found elsewhere – and remind the national conversation of the theological and ethical dimensions of current debates.
Reflections does not accept unsolicited manuscripts. For further inquiry, contact editor Ray Waddle at email@example.com.
Reflections by Yale Divinity School is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.