Sojourners Magazine: January 2023
A fringe Christian ideology helped stoke an out-of-control gun culture. People of faith are working to take back the conversation.
After walking the Jesus Trail, I'll never read the words “Jesus went” the same way again.
For more than 70 years, the Irish Catholic Church imprisoned unwed mothers in church-run “Magdalene laundries.” Survivors and their families are still battling for justice.
“The last attempt at founding an explicitly Christian nation on these shores was undertaken by the Confederate States of America.”
I am a Christian convicted that to love my neighbors, I must resist the violence of the NFL.
And other problems when church and state aren't separate.
My cat swiped a bird. When do we intervene or let nature take its course?
“I came away heartened, even amid the political chaos of the moment.”
The artist had compassion for the poor — and a lifelong struggle with religious rejection.
Surrender is testament to what happens when we unclench our jaws and give our emotions room to breathe.
Everything Everywhere All at Once taps into relatable feelings about the paths not taken.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
My research led me to her personal writings; her work has become an oasis.
Jeremy Duncan invites readers to remember that the Jesus of Revelation is the Jesus of the gospels: A king of kings and a Prince of Peace.