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We currently have the table of contents for all back issues of Sojourners magazine from Fall 1971, and we have online content for all back issues since January 1994. You can find them below or through our search engine using key words in the text. To obtain printed copies of available back issues, including those before 1994, visit the Sojourners Resource Center or call 1-800-714-7474 or (202)328-8842.
  • God is My Palm Pilot: Is technology the tool of the devil? The primrose path to a better life? Or something in between? Plus: Black and Jewish teens take the bus from 'them' to 'us'; I'm O.K., You're Temporary; and On the Ground in Colombia
  • FBO Land: How will faith-based organizations navigate the chutes and ladders of the church-state game? Also: On the Colombian front of the drug war, it's hard to tell who or what is the real enemy; David Cortright on missle defense; women and Islam.
  • Faith and the Arts: An American painter uses her eyes, hands, and heart to portray the grief and hope she sees in Eritrea. Plus: living our lives without being "branded"; the potential of the hip-hop nation; recalling Middle East history.
  • Does God care about sports? Why the sports stadium has replaced the church sancturary as the dominant arena of piety for many American men. Also: the media get religion, a profile of the Responsible Wealth Campaign, and an interview with Karl Gaspar
  • Should Joe Lieberman (and the rest) keep his religion to himself? The real question is not whether religious values should help shape politics, but how.
  • The Internet has made hate groups highly visible, completely anonymous, and available to a potentially limitless audience. Who are these groups, what are their strategies, and what can we do to fight back?
  • The Fight for the Living: AIDS in Africa
  • What do the Pope, Bono, and Arianna Huffington have in common?
  • Faith Works: An excerpt from Jim Wallis new book.
  • Ethics and the bottom line: Will good values run me out of business?
  • How the Religious Right lost its soul.
  • Campus activism makes a comeback.
  • Kosovo: Principles Under Fire
  • Anointed by history and the Spirit, Yvonne Delk has kept her eyes on The World As God Intends
  • Can anything good come out of Sing Sing? Yes.
  • An Unexpected Calling: How Gen. Lee Butl;er, former commander of the nation's nuclear forces, became a proponent of nuclear abolition.
  • Is Islam the Enemy?
  • Good Works: Why the church needs the labor movement (and vice versa)
  • Hostile Takeover: Big Money's assault on democracy is not as bad as you think. It's worse.
  • Boys To Men: Rediscovering rites of passage for our time.
  • Exorcising an American Demon. Thirty years after King's death, racism continues to divide America. Why?
  • Equal Promise: What the bible says about women, men, and mutuality.
  • Mission Possible: The inward-outward journey of Mary and Gordon Cosby
  • Go Directly to Church: Criminologist John DiIulio describes why unconditional love can save our youth.
  • From the Inside Out: Miriam Therese Winter on imagination, women in the church, and finding God between the lines.
  • All Together Now! A new ecumenical spirit promises to take the church into the 21st century.
  • The issue isn't welfare reform. It's Poverty. The church rises to face the coming crisis.
  • Labors of Love: Jean Sindab's abiding passion for justice.
  • Celebrating 25 Years: A Sampler from a quarter century of Sojourners. Also, a tribute to Henri Nouwen: Safe in God's Heart.
  • Enough Already! Americans are sick and tired of the uncivil way we do politics.
  • Dianna Ortiz's Vigil for Truth. "I have felt the evil of my torturers dance within me. But today I can say I am free."
  • In the Image of God: Artists on the Creativity of Faith
  • Marriage in the Balance: Sex, Fidelity, and Freedom
  • Can We Talk? It's time for a new conversation on race in America
  • To the Highest Bidder: Stopping the sellout of democracy--before it's too late
  • Hallowed Ground: Learning to live rightly on the earth
  • Hiroshima: The Fire Still Burns
  • Women and Children First: Developing a common agenda to make abortion rare
  • Who Speaks for God? Good News! There is an alternative to the partisan gospel of the Religious Right--and it's growing
  • Wise Blood: Celebrating the fierce and redemptive fiction of Flannery O'Connor
  • A Generation's Faith: Christian Twentysomethings Challenge the Stereotypes
  • The Soul of Politics: Discovering a Practical and Prophetic Vision for Change
  • Too Many People? A Special Issue. Population, lifestyle, and sustaining the earth.
  • Why I Stay In the Church: Rosemary Radfor Ruether, Richard Rohr, O.F.M.
  • Pop Culture: What's faith got to do with it?
  • A Faith to Move Mountains: Shaking the foundations of power in Mexico.
  • The Difference That Faith Makes: Marian Wright Edelman's ethic of service.
  • Worth Fighting For: The Churches mobilize to save urban America. A 10 Point Plan.
  • Dance of the Heart: The guts and grace of Carlos Santana.
  • Mothers of Sorrow and Hope: From South africa to San Salvador, from Northern Ireland to Detroit, women are uniting against the violence that is taking away their loved ones.

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