Vincent Harding

Vincent Harding
Vincent Harding

Vincent Harding was a Sojourners contributing editor and a professor at Iliff School of Theology in Denver. 

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What Sustains Me

Seventeen activists and church leaders talk about the disciplines that keep them girded for the struggle.

Midwifing a New America

by Vincent Harding 12-09-2008

I think it was sometime early in 2007 that I began to find myself almost possessed by a profound premonitory sense that the next year, this year, 2008, would be filled with a special power.

Singing to Freedom

Song leader and scholar Bernice Johnson Reagon on what music teaches us about democracy, leadership, and the meaning of 'we.'

Toward a More Perfect Union

Remembering James Farmer.

Dangerous Spirituality

by Vincent Harding 01-01-1999

"You have not come to hear a detached, scholarly lecture about the two powerful figures who are on our program. I am deeply and unavoidably attached. Fully engaged.

The Spirit Lives!

by Vincent Harding 01-01-1996

Pilgrims on the Mall.

The Heart to Struggle

by Vincent Harding 11-01-1995
Democracy's history is one of perseverance.

Ralph Ellison: Wounded Healer in a Broken Nation

by Vincent Harding 07-01-1994

By United States Information Agency staff photographer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

When Ralph Ellison died this spring, he was primarily remembered and honored as the African-American writer who in 1952 had gifted the nation and the world with that magnificent novel, Invisib

Taking Jesus Seriously

by Vincent Harding 12-01-1993

Comment on Howard Thurman by Vincent Harding

God's Appeal to This Age

by Vincent Harding 10-01-1990

The search for alternatives to violence