Pentecostals may be the least known and most unpredictable group on the landscape.
Latino Pentecostals are increasingly seeing political action as an act of faith.
In his 2006 book, The Irresistible Revolution, Shane Claiborne urged us to be careful what we pray for, because God may call us to live it out—often in profound ways.
How many of your friends and neighbors know, as Barbara Slavin writes in Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies, that during the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini vetoed the use o
More than seven years ago, James Carroll, award-winning novelist and Boston Globe columnist, wrote Constantine’s Sword, which traced the history of anti-Semitism in the chu
It is highly misleading to say anyone can subscribe to Sojourners “risk-free” [as it says on subscription materials].
Despite protests at New Orleans City Hall last December, the city council voted unanimously for a federal plan that will demolish 4,500 public housing units in favor of developing fewer units on a
As Kenya continues to transition from a one-party nation to a liberal democracy, churches from various traditions are coming together to encourage constructive dialogue between the two major polit
I's late at night. I walk in the door after a meeting and my wife is laughing her head off.
The books of Luke, Acts, and 1 Peter dominate the readings this month; Peter and Paul are key players.
All the Democratic presidential candidates talked about “green-collar jobs.” But what are they?
It's easy-and human-to apply labels according to our assumptions. But we know that categorizing anything, especially whole groups of people, is risky business.