This Month's Cover

Sojourners Magazine: August-September 1991

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Cover Story

Peace is no longer a safe theological subject or an interesting intellectual debate.
A reflection on the occasion of Sojourners' 20th anniversary in 1991.
Thank you for the friendship
An interview with Gordon Cosby
Reflections on Sojourners' 20 years
A keeper of the faith for 20 years
Sojourners are odd in a society where everything is settled.


Who are we and who are we becoming?
From Hedley, British Columbia to Birmingham, Alabama
A global society for peace, justice and sustainability requires alternatives


Environmental issues will remain at the forefront of these pages
The future of moderates and the Southern Baptist Convention
Moderates chart course as fundamentalists solidify control
US diplomatic relations
An opportunity to end the cycle of suffering
Life since the 1964 Civil Rights Act


The true founder and his dream for Sojourners
Beneath the parade is tragedy

Culture Watch

25 years with the Starship Enterprise
The spirituality of the two most recent superpowers is examined
Bonnie Raitt's new offering tips her hand
In late 1990, the 20th-anniversary edition of a book of monumental importance was released.


"Up With Capitalism," exclaimed the May cover of Crisis magazine, a conservative Catholic monthly
Desert Storm euphoria masking the mess of post-war Iraq