November 2011 magazine
This far by faith
Sojourners celebrates its 40th anniversary. From a shoebox to a movement: For 40 years Sojourners has been fighting the good fight. Where do we go from here?
By Jim Wallis
Salt, Light, and Social Change
An evangelical scholar looks at Sojourners role in evangelical social justice.
By Soong-Chan Rah
Bridging the Bible Gap
Seminaries train pastors on how to read the Bible, but do those tools reach the pews?
By Jewel Gingerich Longenecker
Harry and the Principalities
The last Harry Potter film leaves questions at the crux.
By Bill Wylie-Kellermann
Stop a Pipeline, Save a Planet
The Tar Sands Action brought the climate crisis to Obama's doorstep.
By Rose Marie Berger
SPECIAL SECTION ON BOOKS
How to Read the Bible
Ten books for going deeper into scripture.
By Walter Brueggemann
Practice, Practice, Practice
How to deepen our spirituality, one step at a time.
By Betsy Shirley
Stories of lives shaken and stirred by faith.
By Julie Polter
The Democracy Deficit
Doomsday threats and Wall Street influence erode U.S. government for the people.
By David Hilfiker
Holy Land Farce
Glenn Beck's exploitative event in Israel ignored justice and U.S. public opinion.
By Tom Getman
Compassion That Works
The Housing First approach to homelessness is more humane -- and cheaper -- than older models.
By Toya Richards
Hearts and Minds: What is Biblical Politics?
By Jim Wallis
The Roots of Terror
By Eboo Patel
Eyes and Ears: Food for Life
By Danny Duncan Collum
H'rumphs: But We Don't Look A Day Over 38
By Ed Spivey Jr.
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Poetry: How Dare the Sun Ascend?
By Ken Sehested
Living the Word: With the Eyes of Our Hearts
By Enuma Okoro