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The Road to Palestine
Through the Intifada, Palestinians Work to Create Their Own State
A Plea from Palestine
The plea was painfully direct: "Please don't participate in killing kids."
Even as more than 60,000 of its people have been killed and one-fifth of its population displaced, the suffering of war-ravaged El Salvador has been eclipsed in public consciousness.
Much Ado About Women
In September, less than a week after the Episcopal Church elected Rev. Barbara C. Harris as its first woman bishop, Pope John Paul II issued yet another statement expressing his opposition to the ordination of women as priests.
Welfare Reform: Helping Whom?
Ponder for a moment the following factsabout poverty in our world today.
Abortion and the Front Lines
Exactly eight years ago, Sojourners printed a special issue titled, "What Does It Mean to be Pro-Life?" Recent actions by the churches and the Operation Rescue campaign must encourage us to, once again, seriously and prayerfully consider this question.
The Case for the Christic Lawsuit
Let us, the American people, see the long-hidden facts behind the Iran-contra scandal and our country's long-secret foreign policy.
Showdown in San Antonio
The Battle for Control of the Southern Baptist Convention continues.
The First Fruits of a Fragile Peace
Life is more than breath, and the casualties of the contra war also include people will shattered dreams.
Looking for a Promised Land
The Robertson Campaign and the Wilderness Experience
Telling Time in Ellaville
The clock tower on the Schley County courthouse in Ellaville, Georgia, population 1,770, is leaning precariously.
Slow Response to Contra Kidnapping
While the Reagan administration and the U.S. Congress were presenting, debating, and voting on additional U.S. aid to the Nicaraguan contras in March, the contras were continuing to kill, wound, and kidnap Nicaraguan civilians.
The Power Within: A Nonviolent Activist Stands for Truth and Life
An Interview with Brian Willson
The War is Not Over
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega was widely criticized in this country for his response to the U.S. House of Representatives' February 3 vote against contra aid.
Faithful to the Call
Nancy Hastings Sehested: A Woman Pastor in the Southern Baptist Church.
Singer in a Dangerous Time: A Canadian Poet's Journey in Faith and Politics
A Worker for God's Church of the Poor
Honoring those who have given flesh to the way of Christ in this world and whose lives speak to us of the hope and joy of Christmas.
At Issue: Integrity
Robertson seems to have a history of distorting the facts or exaggerating the importance of his accomplishments, a history of portraying himself to have done things he did not do and to be things he is not.
Taking Stock in Apartheid
Given the increasingly monolithic, corporate nature of our society, it is not easy to find a good bank.
Innocent in the Eyes of God
Stacey Merkt's Faith-Filled Journey Continues Under House Arrest.