Take a look back on some of this year’s biggest news and join Sojourners editors and writers as we looked beyond the headlines to get to the soul of the stories.
The New Yorker profiled Lisa Sharon Harper and mentioned Sojourners several times in this story about evangelicals calling for social justice.
This year, we worked to deepen our relationships across theological, political, and racial divides: watch the video that gives you a glimpse into that work.
Amid the government shutdown, Trump attended a church service in Washington, D.C., where he encountered a challenging message.
Christopher Stroop writes about this emerging group of former evangelicals over at Religion Dispatches.
“Mortal Republic,” by Edward J. Watts, examines parallels between ancient Rome and today’s United States.
“Globally, Christian faith is making a dramatic transition from being a predominantly Western to now a non-Western religion.”
The island has shaped the “Hamilton” creator’s identity. Now he’s bringing the musical to San Juan, and things are getting complicated.
Raising children has become significantly more time-consuming and expensive, amid a sense that opportunity has grown more elusive.
Preview some of the religious titles Publishers Weekly is already talking about.