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Joshua Casteel was an interrogator at Abu Ghraib prison and later staffed open-air burn pits in Iraq. The experience changed his life—even as it cut it short.
As the country marks Martin Luther King Jr.'s 85th birthday, a veteran activist explains why it would be a mistake to remember King as only a great civil rights leader.
Her pastor told her it was 'against scripture' for females to preach.
Christians step up for modern-day "orphans in their distress."
Just like that, the pope had gotten to the heart of Islam, my religion.
When racism is tolerated, the reconciling work of Christ on the cross is contradicted.
Fifty years ago, a kind of innocence was taken, and a kind of brokenness remains unrepaired.
No Ordinary Men: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hans von Dohnanyi, Resisters Against Hitler in Church and State. New York Review Books.
The rabbi recognized poetry as November's calling and inveighed against his betrayal of it.
Embracing Israel/Palestine: A Strategy to Heal and Transform the Middle East. North Atlantic Books.
Sister Churches: American Congregations and Their Partners Abroad by Janel Kragt Bakker / The State of Arizona by Catherine Tambini and Carlos Sandoval / Walking the Disciple's Path: Eight Steps That Will Change Your Life and the World by Linda Perrone Rooney / Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family by Susan Katz Miller
Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice, and Life Together. Herald Press
Thank you for Ramzi Kysia’s fine article “The Song Remains” (August 2013) about Kathy Kelly. My husband and I have had the privilege of knowing Kathy for a long time and lovingly refer to her as our daughter.
This summer I was privileged to perform a civil union service for two men. Both of their parents gave unqualified approval, with the mothers signing the covenant. Seldom have I experienced any service with so much satisfaction during my pastoral ministry.
When reading “Unfinished Business” by Sara Wenger Shenk (November 2013), I was dismayed to learn that John Howard Yoder’s disciplinary process was kept confidential because he “insisted” upon it.
I enjoyed Danny Duncan Collum’s article “Passing of a Prophet” (September-October 2013) about my former neighbor, Will Campbell. Our family lived just down the road from Will and his wife in Mt. Juliet, Tenn., in the ’80s and ’90s.
Sr. Jean Lait, an Anglican Franciscan sister based in San Francisco, protests drones and their effects on children
Hasidic poet, Yehoshua November, on the mystery of God.
Joshua Casteel served as an interrogator in Iraq. Then an encounter with a Jihadist challenged him to truly live out his faith.
Resources that help address the modern-day "orphans in distress" in our midst.