Whether Christians do right by the environment depends on whether we can see the Earth as a megastore where we can 'shop' for whatever we want -- or as a garden that needs careful tending.
Too often we try to make scripture fit our own agenda, rather than the other way around.
Benedictine women in Wisconsin are practicing new (and ancient) ways to save the earth, starting with the home front.
Peace in Israel/Palestine will, more and more, revolve around struggles to control water, God's unownable gift.
WikiLeaks takes away the excuse of ignorance about military abuses abroad.
New software may help the public have a greater voice in the crucial redrawing of voting districts.
The whole idea of democracy is that the setiments of our fellow citizens have power; we put ourselves in each other's hands.
As the United States prepares for its inevitable takeover by special interests, Sojourners recently sat down with the godfather of them all, the National Rifle Association.
The fossil fuel industry is the main impediment to real change. Why? Because they are making money. Exxon made more money in 2009 than any company in the history of money.
A Time to Plant: Life Lessons in Work, Prayer, and Dirt by Kyle T. Kramer.
Filmaker David Barnhart helps disaster survivors tell their ongoing stories of healing and recovery.
Latina/o Social Ethics: Moving Beyond Eurocentric Moral Thinking, by Miguel A. De La Torre.
Re: “Cruel and Unequal,” a large number of persons who are incarcerated in jails and prisons across our country are seriously mentally ill, and have not received appropriate treatment because our commitment to treatment laws and our mental health systems are inhumane, inadequate, and seriously in
The article on how blacks are targeted and their lives destroyed for possession of drugs (“Cruel and Unequal”) touched me deeply. I have written to my senators, asking them to introduce legislation to reduce the penalties for drug use. But that’s not enough.
I am so glad you discovered Michelle Alexander (“Cruel and Unequal,” February 2011; see also “‘Colorblind’ Racism” by Liane Rozzell, June 2010). The U.S. may finally recover from Nixon’s war on drugs, which began when H.R.
Touched your hem / A thousand times / A face just / Beyond my sight / Space between / Grace, grief
In your December 1979 issue, there was an article paying tribute to Clarence Jordan, founder of Koinonia Farm Community (“Clarence Jordan and Koinonia,” by Joyce Hollyday).