Sojourners Magazine: August 2005
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The "facts on the ground" are troubling, but there's still hope for building a just peace in Israel-Palestine.
Constructive engagement must ensure safety for both Israelis and Palestinians.
Palestinian grievances are real and justified. So are Israeli fears.
My feeble attempts at Spanish were complicated by the idiomatic peculiarities of the language.
The number of executions in the United States has decreased in recent years,The number of executions in the United States has decreased in
As shareholders in God'As shareholders in Gods eternal story, we commune with a creating God and are drawn into fellowship with a global
Maryknoll Father Ron Hennessey was courageous,Maryknoll Father Ron Hennessey was courageous, open to life,
Imagine the scene.Imagine the scene. The Sunday school class crowds around in a circle, waiting for the morning Bible
In May,In May, Taiwans legislative branch was pressured to revise its Genetic Health Law to require a six-day waiting
In this month of dehydration,we keep our eyes skyward, both to watchfor rain and to avoid the scornof the scorched succulents who reproachus silently, saying, "You promised to care."
I was very impressed with the article on marriage by Jesse Holcomb (I was very impressed with the article on marriage by Jesse
Michaela Bruzzese is to be commended for her article regarding the Sabbath (Michaela Bruzzese is to be commended for her article regarding
Churches in Colombia and the United States held more than 20 nonviolent vigils on Mother'Churches in Colombia and the United States held more than 20
Those seeking a safe haven in the United States from religious, political, and economic oppression are finding it more difficult to obtain asylum on U.S. soil.
On Capitol Hill in May,On Capitol Hill in May, faith-based organizations announced the "I Will Not Kill" campaign to educate youth
Contrary to what Jim Wallis writes in "Contrary to what Jim Wallis writes in "A Life of Moral
Music Man. Elmer Maas, 69, a musician, philosopher, civil rights worker, and one of the founders of the Plowshares anti-nuclear movement, died May 7 in Connecticut.
The excellent article by Donna Britt (The excellent article by Donna Britt ("Confessions of a