Issue: January 2019
Faith-led groups begin their own movement to reverse environmental disaster.
Across the country, people are punished for being homeless—but advocates are using the courts to fight back.
Matthew Shepard has been laid to rest—but hate crimes continue.
‘Behold the Earth’ is a film on faith in a time of climate crisis.
A review of Elaine Pagels’ ‘Why Religion? A Personal Story.’
An excerpt from Kathryn Tanner’s ‘Christianity and the Spirit of Capitalism.’
Paul Simon's ‘Graceland’ is one of the most morally compromised works of the late 20th century.
What we can learn from 15-year-old climate advocate Greta Thunberg.