April 15 is tax day. That day, which will soon be upon us, is the legal deadline for the filing of federal income tax returns.

It’s been cold in Washington, D.C.-- especially at night, and especially for those who are homeless this winter.

In August of 1945, an American B-29 bomber, the Enola Gay, dropped the first atom bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

An interview with Liz McAllister, Dan Berrigan and Phil Berrigan.

A dialogue on Sojourners' shaping.

As most of our readers probably know, Sojourners magazine originates in Christian community.

Mary's words speak of the social revolution at the core of the gospel, here made clear from the first moments of the incarnation.

Exalting Those of Low Degree

Liberation is God’s intention. Liberation from all the spiritual, structural, and ideological shackles which bind and oppress -- is the promise of God’s salvation in history.

When this article appeared, Samuel Escobar had been a leading evangelical theologian in Latin America.

At the outset of his ministry, just following his temptation in the wilderness, Jesus here proclaims the coming of the kingdom and calls men and women to a complete change of heart and mind.

An Interview with Graham Pulkingham

Dr. Henry is internationally recognized as one of the principal leaders of the evangelical movement.

Paul told the Christians at Rome, beset with divisive quarrels, “Let us therefore cease judging one another, but rather make this simple judgment: that no obstacle or stumbling-block be placed in a brother’s way.

It was a clear but cold autumn day in East Hartford Connecticut.

An excerpt from Agenda for Biblical People

Yet another theological declaration has been added to the growing number of such statements in the past few years which attempt to deal with the difficult questions involved in the church’s relationship to the world.

A year ago, in the February issue of The Post-American, we focused upon the charismatic renewal and speculated hopefully about the potential of new relationships developing between some of those who had been active in charismatic movements.

The scriptures claim that to know God is to do justice and to plead the cause of the oppressed.

The intensity of the problems we face today render traditional approaches and solutions inadequate and counter-productive.