This fall we saw a disturbing rise in religious intolerance in the U.S.
Can libertarianism be reconciled with Christian faith?
President Obama announced at the end of August that "the American combat mission in Iraq has ended." Watching the speech and listening to the commentary, I was gripped by a deep sadness.
Soldiers are dying for a failed, arrogant, theologically unjust, and immoral war policy.
An ethic of endless economic growth, powered by fossil fuels, is ultimately unsustainable.
This law would force us to disobey Jesus and his gospel. We will not comply.
We need to behave differently, for the sake of our spiritual integrity and the health of our democracy.
Jesus said to love our enemies, so no matter what Glenn Beck does we will not attack him personally.
Dr. Elizabeth Warren -- head of Congress's TARP watchdog and veteran Sunday school teacher -- talks with Sojourners about facing down the Goliaths of Wall Street.
It’s the largest federal budget in history. President Obama’s 2011 budget totals $3.8 trillion and contains a deficit of $1.3 trillion.
The banks must be sent a message: We find their behavior unacceptable.
I have written a new book—one I didn’t plan to write, but which emerged as we responded to the economic crisis that has gripped the nation and the world.
In November, Dallas hosted Sojourners’ Justice Revival.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is not afraid to get messy.
Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel on civility in public discourse.
Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel is used to playing to large crowds—his undergraduate course on justice enrolls more than 1,000 students each year.