Here guest authors submit articles that employ mimetic theory for understanding life. From religion to relationships, politics to pop culture, the applications of mimetic theory are endless. The human capacity for imitating and learning behaviors and desires through one another is at the root of the contagion of violence and the cure of empathy.

Emmaus and Eucharist

Your Voice author Dr. Chezeray M. Moore continues to explain his conversion to a "Jesus-as-forgiving-victim" hermeneutic. "I surrendered my inner need to be able to put my finger on a verse of scripture and declare its literal and fundamental reading as my warrant of authority. ... And I embraced the idea of seeing scripture as a story about victims, not conquerors. A broken Jesus."

Love Is Resistance

1st Corinthians 13 is not just for Hallmark cards, Your Voice author Samuel Son claims. It is a declaration of resistance. "Saint Paul, the birther of this poem, is resistant-par-excellence. Because for Paul, a Christian is a resistant of love."