Paul Heintzman

Paul Heintzman is associate professor for the faculty of health sciences at the University of Ottawa. His research interests include recreation and the environment, the relationship between leisure and spirituality, and the philosophy and ethics of leisure. He is the author of numerous articles and Leisure and Spirituality: Biblical, Historical, and Contemporary Perspectives


Volume 131

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Guests on Volume 131: John Durham Peters, on understanding media as agencies of order, not just devices of information; Paul Heintzman, on how a biblical understanding of human spirituality can inform our concept of “leisure”; Richard Lints, on how the image of God and idolatry are inversely related; Peter Harrison, on how our current definition of “science” and “religion” represents novel conceptual categories; Francis J. Beckwith, on the widespread tendency to erect a wall between faith and reason; David L. Schindler & Nicholas J. Healy, Jr., on how the First Amendment is not as sympathetic to religious freedom as is commonly believed.