Hard to believe, but some churches are still talking about male headship.
Palestinian Christians call for a nonviolent movement to end the occupation.
The U.S. Social Forum's alternative vision for our country and the world.
This law would force us to disobey Jesus and his gospel. We will not comply.
I am still pro-Israel, but I've also become pro-Palestinian.
Are parties becoming just another name for permanent divisiveness?
We're heading in a direction "not compatible with the planet to which life on earth is adapted."
The Complete Psalms, by Pamela Greenberg. Bloomsbury USA. Joyful Noise, edited by Robert Strong. Autumn House Press.
In March 2008, several fast-food employees found themselves on the wrong side of U.S. immigration policies.
Faith's roots in a dry land.
Made for Goodness: And Why This Makes all the Difference, by Desmond Tutu and Mpho Tutu. Harper One.
Documentary films have the potential to both show us the world and change it.
I was glad to see the interview with Sami Awad (“Tear Down This Wall,” May 2010) advocating nonviolence as a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
While moving money from megabanks (“Time to Move Your Money?” by Jim Wallis, March 2010) is worth doing, where the money is moved to is critical; the “move your money” Web s
Alabama-based BelieverBands has jumped on the silly-bandz wagon with its own stretchy evangelism.
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C
Since 1968, public high schools in most states have been administering a military aptitude test and providing the Pentagon with names, addresses, and phone numbers, detailed career plans, Social Se
As a Presbyterian (PCUSA) pastor, I once had a fascinating conversation with another person who worked for the PCUSA.
African-American women own significantly less wealth than any other social demographic, according to a report by the Insight Center for Community Economic Development.
In May, a court in Brazil sentenced a second rancher to 30 years in prison for ordering the murder of Dorothy Stang, a Catholic Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, who worked in Brazil with small farmer
I agree wholeheartedly with Jennifer Hope Kottler’s “You Get What You Pay For” (April 2010). I would add that we need to have a say in where the taxes go.
Over chatter of starlings and grackles, you hear your father’s voice, confident and constant as bee hum in the backyard of your thoughts.
For more on building Christian community, Bob Sabath and Sondra Shepley suggest the following resources (but Bob cautions, “Books a community doth not make!”).
All We're Meant To Be by Letha Dawson Scanzoni and Nancy Ha