Ryan Rodrick Beiler was the Sojourners web editor from 1999 to 2010. He currently works as a freelance photojournalist based in Oslo, Norway.
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'Jim Wallis Loves His Enemies' (With a Little Help From His Friends)
Video: Fr. James Martin Sets Stephen Colbert (and Glenn Beck) Straight on Social Justice
Glenn Beck Responds: Social Justice 'Is a Perversion of the Gospel'
Afghanistan: War is Still Hell
Palestinian Christians, Israeli Allies, and Nonviolent Resistance
National Catholic Reporter has an important article about the Kairos Palestine Document endorsed last month by the leaders of 13 Chr
J Street: Pro-Peace = Pro-Israel
Snowmageddon in Sojourners' D.C. Neighborhood
More Haitian History and Perspective on Pat Robertson and the 'Pact with the Devil'
Sojourners Readers Respond to Haiti Earthquake
Dive!: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Dumpster Diving but Were Afraid to Ask
A confession: When I first saw publicity for Dive! I forwarded it to my main dumpster diving partner with the subject line: "great." As in, "great, now dumpster diving will become more popular and we'll have more competition."
'Spewing Reasonable Dialogue': Affirmation from a 'Skeptical' Commenter
Walking, Chewing Gum, and Confronting Racism and Sexism at the Same Time
Electoral Double Standards in Latin America and Beyond
Thankfully, the crisis in Honduras may be reaching a political resolution.
Gran Torino Revisited
Video: Colbert on the 'Desert Cross' Church-State Controversy
I had invited one of our regular bloggers to comment on the "desert cross" controversy--a Supreme Court case deciding the appropriateness of a cross erected on Mojave National Preserve to honor World War I dead.
Critics on Our Left, Meet the Critics on Our Right
Video: Colbert on Conservapedia's Bible Translation Project
Argentinian singer Mercedes Sosa died yesterday. I don't know much about her life, so you can join me in reading her Wikipedia entry. But what I do know is that she's one of the best-known performers of Leon Gieco's heart-rending anti-war song, "Sólo le Pido a Dios."