Sojourners Magazine: December 1992
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The truth about the largest mass killing of El Salvador's 12-year civil war may finally be getting a public airing--and perhaps even a little justice to go along with it.
On September 12 in Lima, Peru, a special SWAT team captured Abimael Guzman, head of the Peruvian terrorist organization, Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path).
New followers--including many Communists--flock to Christianity
Urgent change needed in churches around sexual abuse
History was made in the movements for civil rights, feminism, and inner-city organizing while I was growing up in the 1960s.
Clint Eastwood's latest film, Unforgiven has beautiful shots of Canada, a few violent scenes, some wonderful acting, a title with a dual meaning, and an identity problem.
Ben Kingsley's portrayal of Gandhi in the 1982 movie was a serious challenge to my Pentecostal Christian faith.
Five years ago Joe Lynch, my predecessor as review editor, instituted a December tradition of reviewing children's books. I have gladly continued this custom, in several different forms.
Peace activists in Nevada and elsewhere applauded the nine-month moratorium on U.S. nuclear testing signed into law in October
Guatemala celebrating as they bring home a Nobel Peace Prize
Reflecting on where we've been, where we are, and where we will be this Advent