Ched Myers is a writer, teacher, activist based in Los Angeles, and former Sojourners contributing editor.
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From the Archives: April 1991
AS I WRITE this, one week after the beginning of “Desert Storm,” the networks have returned to their regularly scheduled programming, responding to polls the third day of the war indicating that Americans were tiring of the coverage. (Considering what we don’t hear, “coverage” seems a wholly appropriate euphemism—just try to verify reports beginning to leak out of the war zone of 100,000 or 200,000 civilian casualties.) War news has become a mere refrain—“Allied forces continued today to pound Iraq ...”—punctuated with videotaped missile strikes or bemasked reporters and the horrific wailing of air raid sirens.
A Watershed Moment
In the face of ecocide, the choice before us is stark: discipleship or denial.
'Everything Will Live Where the River Goes'
A Bible study on water, God, and redemption.
The Passion of the Gulf
The BP catastrophe invites us to take a hard look at ourselves. We invited eight writers to offer their reflections on images from the Gulf Coast disaster.
Pay Attention to the Birds
A Bible study on Luke 12, ecology, and economics.
Baptism's True Claim
The Blood Of The Martyrs
A House For All Peoples?
A Bible study on welcoming the outsider.
Same-sex marriage and sacramental unity
In 1963, William Stringfellow - movement theologian, Sojourners mentor, and gay man - had the following to say about mainline churches who were pondering whether to join the struggle for African-American civil rights:
The issue here...is not some common spiritual values, nor natural law, nor middle axioms. The issue is baptism. The issue is the unity of all humanity wrought by God in the life and work of Christ. Baptism is the sacrament of that unity of all human life in God.
To Serve and Preserve
The Bible calls us to dominion over creation. Or does it?
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