Sojourners Magazine: February 2022
Noah's silence at the end of the world: Do we have the courage to argue with those who claim to speak for God?
Attacks on activism by church hierarchs give organized religion a bad name.
How can the nonviolent Messiah be conflated so easily with the violence of war?
Remembering the past, celebrating Black joy, and embracing humanity is the path forward.
Every story and every person is sacred. And this is no small thing.
This beloved land holds many stories. I want to hear them all.
Caroline, or Change reveals that not all rooms are created equal, nor the dreams they inspire.
Time to Grow by Kara Eidson and Becoming Rooted by Randy Woodley remind us that our bodies and souls are intertwined.
Robert Greene's Procession demonstrates the restorative potential of creative expression.
The poet, prophet, and priest’s legacy of laughter and delight.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Kelly Brown Douglas’ new book calls white clergy to repent and lead in changing the corrupted moral imaginary that grips them.