In This Issue
Real interior silence, not just the absence of noise, is a foundational spiritual discipline. So why are we so resistant to enter into it?
Jim Balmer is an antiwar activist whose commitment to nonviolence has made him an advocate for a consistent ethic of life. Interview by Elizabeth Palmberg.
If we read 1 Peter's message to immigrants, exiles, and foreigners only as a metaphor, we risk missing the point.
Today many people identify as "spiritual but not religious." Before it was trendy, Oswald Chambers, the man behind My Utmost for His Highest, did too.
Leonard Cohen as irreverent master of prayer.
It's more human to deny the evidence, attack the messengers, and try to delay any response.
"You shall love the alien as yourself, for you were aliens in the land of Egypt."