In This Issue
Angela Glover Blackwell believes in Detroit's future, and she has a vision for how to get there. Failure is not an option.
An interview by Joanie Eppinga with Rebecca Barrett-Fox, a scholar who finds the appalling, the unexpected, and the human inside Westboro Baptist Church.
The apostle's attack on elitism in Corinthian church and society speaks a clear message about inequality today.
In Guatemala, 44,000 people were "disappeared" during decades of war. Now workers there seek to resurrect a buried history and human dignity.
The Supreme Court's decision in the Citizens United case didn't actually make corporations into people, but it did undercut the role of actual, live human beings in elections.
Fairness matters, especially for people on society’s margins—and that conviction goes far beyond tax equity to every aspect of public policy. For people of the Book, it’s much more important than politics; it’s a matter of faith.
Few people I know believe peace in the Holy Land is really possible—unless it begins with Israeli and Palestinian Christians.
Scripture teaches that the Spirit of God was in that still, small voice. But every now and again the Spirit arrives with flapping wings and honking, too. Like that old gray goose.
Springsteen sings what politicians won't say: We were robbed and the thieves have escaped justice.