For many Millennials, getting involved in causes is a trendy thing to do. We're called to go deeper than that.
Philip's encounter with the Ethiopian eunuch. A Bible study.
New studies reveal the effects of mountaintop removal mining on the people nearby.
While the battle for immigration reform continues, more than 1,000 people are deported every day.
Counter to the stereotypes, a new study shows that African-American men are exceptional fathers.
From galleries to the street, artist Nora Howell is unafraid of tough topics.
He didn't just sing for the audience. He got them to sing for themselves.
Without conscious resistance, the flattened culture of entertainment globalization is going to continue to dominate.
I was drawn into Brian McLaren’s “Beyond Fire and Brimstone” (February 2014) by the article’s introductory framing of the historical and cultural context of belief in an afterl
I am so deeply moved by Michelle A. Gonzalez’s article “Breaking the Habits of Machismo” (January 2014). When I saw this month’s cover, I immediately turned to the feature article.
I look forward to every issue of Sojourners and am blown away by the breadth and depth of the people and topics you enable me to visit and see through the eyes of your contributing journalists.
First, thanks to Peg Conway, Bob Blackburn, and others who voiced their concern about how I represented the Pharisees in my article on hell.
Thank you for publishing Professor Michelle Gonzalez’s thoughtful discussion of inclusive theology as your cover story for January 2014.
There are tour guides who speak / all the human tongues, and we are trampled / for being famous blades / but then are resurrected.
Thank you for Gar Alperovitz’s article “Beyond the Dreamer” (January 2014), which informs your readers that Martin Luther King Jr.’s leadership was more than the “I Have a Dream” speech at the March on Washington.
While appreciating Brian McLaren’s insightful article on Jesus’ teaching about hell, I am respectfully concerned about his treatment of the Pharisees.
The United States maintains 33,400 beds and spends nearly $2 billion a year on the detention of immigrants under the dubious banner of "security."
What does it take to educate and parent African-American children, all while maintaining family values?
Nadia Bolz-Weber, pastor of the House of All Sinners and Saints in Denver, Colo., talks to CNN.
Rev. Joy Carroll Wallis, one of the first women ordained in the Church of England, is the real-life vicar of Dibley.
Nadia Bolz-Weber's church, House for All Sinners and Saints, is not your typical Lutheran church.