Issue 11 of this great photography magazine focusses on Belief.
"Our cover story depicts the loud, energetic, and passionate worship of Pentecostal Christians within the UK. Michael Alberry joins the Christian community, who gather to worship in converted warehouses, to praise God through song and dance.
Reflecting upon personal experience, Ionna Sakellaraki explores the death of her father. Documenting the lives and rituals of the remaining professional mourners in Greece, we are invited to reflect and learn about traditions that will seize to exist in the future.
Dr Hannah Rumble, a professor at the Centre of Death and Society ( University Bath) delves into these Greek mourning rituals in more depth and continues to unveil the evolution of grief and mourning.
OUR BELIEFS SHAPE THE WAY WE EXPERIENCE AND INTERPRET REALITY, THEY ACT AS A FILTER FOR OUR OPINIONS, AND THEY GUIDE OUR ACTIONS. IN THIS ISSUE WE FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY AND WRITING THAT EXPLORES BELIEF THROUGH WORSHIP, MOURNING, LOSS OF FAITH, SUPERSTITIONS AND THE POSSIBILITY OF OTHER WORLDS."