In This Issue
We may be tempted to quarantine our children from the scary world out there—but it's better to nurture an incurable, chronic, and healing passion for justice.
Is surveillance of churches and peace groups on the rise again?
A new, more civil conversation is emerging with gays and lesbians on evangelical campuses.
Should we stay or should we go? Being rooted in one place is a good thing, but faithfulness doesn't end where the road begins.
A tribute to artist Elizabeth Catlett
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.
If the forces of pluralism don’t write the next chapter in the American story, the forces of prejudice will.
"That's just like my mom, to send me a message through a Jewish woman!"