Jim Wallis interviews Richard Viguerie, a law-and-order conservative, on the death penalty and prison reform.
Attitudes toward capital punishment are changing, including among conservatives.
It is contrary to Christian values to use attacks on welfare to win white votes.
The faith agenda in an election year? Start with "the least of these."
No, that isn’t a typo. Sojourners stood side by side with Focus on the Family to draw attention to the plight of millions who have been caught up in a broken system.
Our call from God is to offer hope where nobody else does.
The lion helped inspire my hope to write a biblical and theological defense of the common good, something that has been almost lost in our age of selfishness.
The war in Iraq was fundamentally a war of choice, and it was the wrong choice.
Evangelicals run the political gamut from conservative and moderate to progressive and decidedly liberal. To suggest that most evangelicals reside on the far right is simply not true.
Nonviolence is not just a critical tactic but a necessary commitment.
For 40 years, Sojourners has been fighting the good fight. Where do we go from here?
People of faith, at our best, are the ultimate independents.
A conservative Republican member of Congress talks about his journey of repentance for supporting the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
America should be a safe place for people of all faiths.
It's a consistent storyline in the media, involving powerful men in politics, sports, business, and religion: Men behave with utter disregard for the dignity and humanity of women -- using and abusing them at will, and acting as if they believe that they are entitled to do so.
In this fallen world we are often faced with imperfect choices in response to clear evil.
Tough choices are now upon us -- but they must be smart, courageous, and compassionate.
Though the fast ended on Easter, it helped to spark a broad and united movement for a moral budget.