Wes Granberg-Michaelson is the author of the forthcoming book Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage, as well as From Times Square to Timbuktu: The Post-Christian West Meets the Non-Western Church and Future Faith: Ten Challenges for Reshaping Christianity in the 21st Century (Fortress Press). For 17 years he served as General Secretary of the Reformed Church in America, and has long been active in ecumenical initiatives such as the Global Christian Forum and Christian Churches Together. He’s been associated with the ministry of Sojourners for 40 years. He and his wife Karin now live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Creating Christian Family
An Interview with Graham Pulkingham
CIA and Missionaries: Half a Loaf
CIA Director George Bush, agreeing partially to the urgings of Senator Mark O. Hatfield, has informed him that the CIA will not take any initiative abroad requesting voluntary foreign intelligence information from American clergy and missionaries.
Interview: Carl Henry on Evangelical Identity
Dr. Henry is internationally recognized as one of the principal leaders of the evangelical movement.
Building Up the Commonlife
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.
Lent is upon us and soon will be over.
Demythologizing the Presidency
Arthur Blessitt is walking for president.
Interview: Richard Barnet on Multinational Corporations
When this article appeared, Richard J. Barnet was a founder and co-director of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C.
Ecclesiastical Retribution for Wendt
The Washington National Cathedral stands atop Mt. St. Albans, the highest point in Washington, D.C.
No King But Caesar
More than ever, the task of the faithful church in America during 1976 will be to discern how the principalities of American power are dethroned by the victorious triumph of the cross.
Politics and Spirituality
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
The Christian’s primary responsibility, politically speaking, is to live as a witness to the Truth.