June 2012 Sojourners Magazine
Inside The Mind Of A Hate Group
Behind the scenes at Westboro Baptist Church
Angela Glover Blackwell's vision for a city reborn.
By Elizabeth Palmberg
Plus: Detroit's future in receivership, by Bill Wylie-Kellermann
A farm grows in Motown, by Korla Masters
Paul's Letter to the 1%
Lessons for today from the apostle's attack on elitism in Corinth.
By Reta Halteman Finger
Can These Bones Live?
Resurrecting a buried history and human dignity in Guatemala.
By Emilie Teresa Smith
A 'Bizarre and Peculiar' Ruling
How the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision is leading to a more-divided nation.
By E.J. Dionne Jr.
Our Bodies, Our God
Reviews: Sweet Heaven When I Die; Stream of Consience; Missional Preaching
Eyes & Ears: The Boss's Musical Indictment
By Danny Duncan Collum
On Film: Art with a Brutal Heart
By Gareth Higgins
Personhood for profit
Seeing corporations as people, are we making ourselves over in their image?
By Vincent Miller
Preventing an Iranian Bomb
History shows engagement, not attack, dissuades countries from developing nuclear weapons.
By David Cortright
Trade Agreements vs. Democracy
Lawsuits help corporations run roughshod over governments and the environment.
By Conrado Olivera and Jed Koball
Grain of Salt: Fairness for Whom?
By Jim Rice
Global Engagement: Stunned and Hopeful
By Lynne Hybels
Godstuff: Chasing the Wild Goose
By Cathleen Falsani
H'rumphs: New, Improved Terrorists!
By Ed Spivey Jr.
| Citizens Vs. Citizens United | Injustice In Justice? | Comparisons For The Cross |
Poetry: The Sacred Fish
By D.S. Martin
Short Takes: Four Questions For Rev. Gerald L. Durley
Living the Word: God's Passionate Vulnerability