The Common Good

Jim Wallis Articles

A solution to poverty will take both liberals and conservatives and those who are neither.

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Listen in as John Edwards talks about his wife Elizabeth’s passion for universal healthcare.

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Hear Mike Huckabee talk about the tragedy of poverty and why he got into politics.

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Unequal access to medical care has made death a social disease.

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These young evangelicals refuse to reduce the gospel to a "fire-insurance" salvation pitch.

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Sadly, many white Americans are still in denial about black frustration and anger.

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After 40 years, we might finally be ready to come out of the wilderness.

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It's time to be in the business of building social movements, not just winning elections.

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Can a 21st-century faith revival change politics?

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Evangelicals are leaving the Religious Right in droves.

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Rules of Engagement

Seven principles for Christian political involvement in the world.

1. God hates injustice.

2. The kingdom of God is a new order.

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Christian support for the Iraq war raises the critical question: To whom do we belong?

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"The Church is the conscience of the state."

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It is time to work for common ground between evangelicals and progressives.

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World Vision shines a spotlight on the moral imperative for change.

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The war in Iraq should never have been fought, cannot be won, and must now be ended.

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The presidential forum clearly showed that faith is alive and well on both sides of the political aisle.

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An eyewitness to massacre and genocide finds shame, hope, and possibility for a moral world.

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I watched much of the cable television coverage of Jerry Falwell's death and legacy.

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This war is morally wrong, and it was from the very start.

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