How a resurgent movement is taking birth back from the medical establishment.
A growing movement of veterans promotes selective conscientious objection.
In February 2009, I attended a conference in Egypt taught by Arab Christians from throughout the Middle East.
Having successfully survived a mid-life crisis -- mainly by living past mid-life -- I felt it was finally time to sell my Harley, the vehicle I procured a few years back to counter the feelings of insecurity that come with aging.
When the forces of intolerance rear their ugly heads, the forces of inclusion go into action.
Bio: Youth pastor and organizer with Neighborhood Ministries in Phoenix, ArizonaWebsite: www.nmaz.net
For a while it looked like the battle for "Net neutrality" was won when President Obama appointed his own chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The Future Church: How Ten Trends are Revolutionizing the Catholic Church by John L. Allen Jr. Doubleday.
In an age of 'eco-awakenings,' the vision of 'more with less' abides.
"We have to listen and observe," notes Jennifer Hope Kottler, when writing about energy issues ("Two Ears, Two Eyes, One Voice," August 2010).
I read with relish Walter Brueggemann ("'Come, Rejoice with Me,'" September-October 2010) on new life and healing.
Bach wrote his solo cello suites as études, not for performance./ Imagine, the arpeggios of the first prelude, forever private, /
I was surprised and disappointed when I saw the cover and read "Why Glenn Beck Hates Community Organizers" (by Danny Duncan Collum, September-October 2010).
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