Samantha Magnus – Pursuing diversity, compassion, and equity in our congregations requires our willingness to be dead wrong about the world. This is a good thing;—why?
About Samantha Magnus:
Samantha is a graduate student in UVic’s School of Public Health and Social Policy and a mother of two (Luke and Mary-Stephanie, ages 4 and 1). Raised Unitarian in Calgary, her personal theology draws from Buddhism, yogic practice, A Course in Miracles, and from favourite teachers including Pema Chodron, Thich Nhat Hanh, Amma, Byron Katie, Gangaji and Ken Wapnick. She identifies as a Christian-Unitarian.