Sojourners Magazine: August 2023
How the “welfare state” is designed to subsidize affluence rather than fight poverty.
The roots of the “super conspiracy” that influenced Trump’s presidency and stoked the paranoia of his followers.
“Empires don’t like it when you dream about a kingdom with qualities different from their own.”
“As an AI language model, I am not capable of having a religious belief or point of view.” (Well, that's reassuring.)
Original colonial annals reflect exceptions to heterosexuality as far back as the 1500s.
These women know how to ball — and show us that true patriotism includes challenging our countries to do better.
As humans face their biggest crisis yet, we badly need the insurance industry to do the right thing.
The steps we must take as we grieve the loss of a stable natural world.
the record is a transgressive album reminding us to love our friends because they are our perennial home.
The Starling Girl explores a young woman's power amid repression.
“Our little farm joins other plots of liberation, places of healing for people and the land itself.”
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Part family drama, part queer coming-of-age story, Sámano Córdova’s debut novel navigates the complexities of grief.
Non-Toxic Masculinity counters purity culture – and redefines what makes a “real man.”