Issue: June 2018
In a D.C. suburb, pastors work to build trust—and accountability—with local police. But does it work?
Practicing Sabbath can create space to engage in the 'holy work of mending the world.'
How witnessing Samson's renaming ceremony changed my church.
Christians in South Sudan opt for nonviolent resistance to government oppression.
Urban Doxology uses the language of worship to reimagine community.
Breaking White Supremacy: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Black Social Gospel, by Gary Dorrien. Yale University Press.
Love Undocumented: Risking Trust in a Fearful World, by Sarah Quezada. Herald Press.
The Violence of Climate Change: Lessons of Resistance from Nonviolent Activists, by Kevin J. O’Brien. Georgetown University Press.
A new book explains how we arrived at the era of populist billionaires.
Russell and Kramer made a film about what happens when societies build themselves on lies.
We cannot afford to abandon the rites and rhythms that sustain us.
On a continent increasingly beset by climate-caused drought and flood, beavers couldn't be more important.
The future of the nation's soul and the integrity of faith are both at stake.
It was a clear continuation of the Civil War.