Sojourners Magazine: December 2020
Groundbreaking theologian Mercy Amba Oduyoye uplifts the voices of African women.
Making the impossible possible calls for an exercise in radical imagination.
How pilgrimages can open our imagination and help us walk away from empire.
That between-times spirit imbues everything in this issue of Sojourners.
The focus should be on people, not corporations.
Prophetic pressure is sorely needed.
'We can only be saved together.'
What brought us to this brink of a broken democracy?
Reenacting Mary and Joseph's travels from one side of the border to the other.
Jesus appears in hundreds of songs in every secular genre.
Lovecraft Country has monsters and dangers, but extends its scope to include the large realness of Black life.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
The Social Dilemma is here to tell us one big thing: It's worse than we thought.
Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi shows that in the darkness of loss, there can be great meaning in the searching.
Emily M.D. Scott and Anna Woofenden want us to move our hands along with our spirits.
An excerpt from Mixed Blessing: Embracing the Fullness of Your Multiethnic Identity.
‘I Do Not Know How to Unclench Rage-Tight Teeth’
What will it take for Christ to be born in us when we have sighs too deep for words?