Issue: September/October 2018
Sports, at their best, can instill deeply formative commitments to justice.
If we want to understand why North Korea developed nuclear weapons, we can't forget the Korean War.
Redacted flight plans. A CIA front company. A citizens' truth commission in North Carolina looks for answers.
In North Korea, Christians are sometimes cast as enemies of the state.
Christian homeschooling texts are based on the idea that white Protestants should oversee our world.
Starting with an analysis of power and privilege is like building on rock.
Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion, by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. IVP Books.
Murder on Shades Mountain: The Legal Lynching of Willie Peterson and the Struggle for Justice in Jim Crow Birmingham, by Melanie S. Morrison. Duke University Press.
Injustice anywhere, including on the fields of competition, cries out for response.