March 2013 Sojourners Magazine
Finding God in the Depths of Silence
Real silence can seem like a luxury--but it is at the heart of every spiritual discipline and growth. Why do we resist it?
by Richard Rohr
Across the Board, Peace
An interview with Jim Balmer, an antiwar activist whose commitment to nonviolence has made him an advocate for a consistent ethic of life.
To Comfort the Afflicted
Who was being addressed in 1 Peter's message to "strangers" and "exiles"?
By Reta Halteman Finger
Faith to the Utmost
Today many people identify as "spiritual but not religious." So did Oswald Chambers of My Utmost for His Highest.
By Ronald Osborn
Leonard Cohen: Longing and liturgy
Reviews: The Cry of Tamar; Restless Fires; Faith, Doubt, and Other Lines I've Crossed. Excerpt: Chasing Gideon
Eyes & Ears
By Danny Duncan Collum
By Gareth Higgins
War on Workers
Anti-labor laws undermine unions in the Midwest. Will faith communities rise to the challenge?
By Phil Haslanger
Abortion rates have dropped, and many people of faith are very interested in the reasons why.
By Marcia Pally
A young immigration activist goes behind bars--on purpose--to shed light on Obama's deportation policies.
By Viridiana Martinez
Hearts & Minds: A 'Historic Moment' on Climate Change?
By Jim Wallis
Deep Economy Top-Notch Theology (or Not)
By Bill McKibben
Moving Mountains 'Where Were You?'
By Lisa Sharon Harper
Grain of Salt 'A World Without Nuclear Weapons'
By Jim Rice
H'rumphs: Living with Big Pharma
By Ed Spivey Jr.
| Call for Sanity | The Power of Forgiveness | Globally Consistent |
Poetry: Jesus Is Stripped of His Garments
By Joseph Bathanti
Short Takes: Six Questions for Frank Mugisha
By Elizabeth Palmberg
Living the Word: The Scales of Rejoicing
By Martin L. Smith