Sojourners Magazine: August 2006
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'Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.' - Isaiah 2:4
Official rhetoric has helped fuel an escalation of tension between the United States and Iran. Do recent negotiations mark a change in direction, or just a temporary detour from the highway to military attack?
The pursuit of knowledge was his true faith. And in many ways, it remains ours today.
Nane Alejandrez had plenty of opportunities to die. Instead he chose life, and brought generations of Latino youngsters with him.
The 'gospel' of Judas and The Da Vinci Code make Christianity unrecognizable.
For those who run our foreign policy, diplomacy has become a 'weak' word.
This day is filling up my room, Is coming through my door. Oh, I have not seen this day before.
Is a movement of post-punk, justice-seeking, Jesus-following musicians on the rise?
Like a cluster of traffic cops, insurance adjusters, and whiplash lawyers at a multicar pileup, writers of all sorts are trying to make sense of the dangerous intersection of faith and politics in
Neil Young's Living With War reopens the channel between artist and audience.
It is natural for people of faith to ally with secular organizations and approaches. We may even see the spirit of God in movements that bring life and hope.
Since 2004, a diverse group of religious leaders, reproductive rights advocates, and medical professionals have met to talk about sex.
Gold Medal. Palestinian Christian Naim Ateek, founder of the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem, received an award from the Peace Fellowship of
Wow! Sojourners has an excellent and major article on healing, arguably the focus of Jesus’ ministry (“The Stumbling Block of Healing,” by Dee Dee Risher, June 2006).
More than 270,000 evacuees ended up in shelters after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
I was happy to read your article in the May issue about food and the ethics of wise consumption (“Shopping for Justice,” by Bethany Spicher Schonberg).
The Episcopal Diocese of Washington, D.C., released a report in May that revealed how a small group of wealthy funders are influencing the denomination’s debates on homosexuality in the churc
This summer's tango between the Bush administration and Iran over the Iranian nuclear program provided an object lesson in how not to do diplomacy.
As a Catholic voter, I avidly read the articles about the Catholic vote (“Who Owns the ‘Catholic Vote’?” by Maurice Timothy Reidy, and “A Thorn in Both Their Sides,&rd
Damu Smith, 54, founder of Black Voices for Peace and executive director of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, died of colon cancer on May 6, 2006, in Washington, D.C.
After a two-year process, the Greensboro (North Carolina) Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the first of its kind in the United States, delivered its final report in May on the events surroundin