An interview with Sen. Ehab El Kharrat, a Christian member of Egypt's Parliament, on why he sees the country as a "work in progress."
Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill shines a light on U.S. covert wars.
Arab Christians are vital to a thriving Middle East - and their numbers are dwindling.
The Predator and Reaper drones in most common use by the CIA and U.S. military carry 500-pound GPS-guided bombs or Hellfire missiles.
More than 1,000 civilians have been killed by U.S. drone strikes. Obama, technology, and the myth of redemptive violence.
Under Christian ethics, drone warfare is neither just nor moral.
Working with the U.N. for a negotiated settlement has a greater chance of success than military involvement.
Immigration reform must include protection of workers' rights.
If Bernice King had been born on time, her daddy's letter might never have been written.
No one wants to spend summer vacation in the clink, but that's where a lot us are going to find ourselves.
Religious extremism will not be defeated by a primarily military response.
The History Channel's The Bible, like so much of so-callled "religious pop culture," seemed to be the product of good people trying to do a good thing, but at best putting the desire to convey a particular message ahead of making the best artwork for the medium.
The Sacredness of Human Life: Why an Ancient Biblical Vision Is Key to the World's Future. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
According to Wendell Berry, all you need to have hope is one good example.
Educating All God's Children: What Christians Can—and Should—Do to Improve Public Education for Low-Income Kids by Nicole Baker Fulgham / Bidder 70 / Just Spirituality: How Faith Practices Fuel Social Action by Mae Elise Cannon / Courage to Think Differently by George S. Johnson
Does Jesus Really Love Me? A Gay Christians Pilgrimage in Search of God in America. Harper
I was disturbed by the artwork used for the poem “Jesus is Stripped of His Garments” (March 2013), which features Gwyneth Leech’s Stations of the Cross and a depiction of a fair-skinned person sur
I’m delighted the Tostan approach (“Change From Within,” by Aimee Molloy, May 2013) to end female genital cutting in Senegal is having widespread impact.
In “Friends Without Borders” (May 2013), Shane Claiborne writes: “Each of these peace guilds is a little conspiracy of hope in a fear-strangled, border-obsessed world.” This supports the often-stated theory th
It’s rather disconcerting to read Marie Dennis in “Calling of the Shepherd” (April 2013) asking the new pope to give heed to the demands of Catholics.
Does mass incarceration serve the common good? Susan Burton speaks out.
A radio documentary with Susan Burton, Michelle Alexander, and five residents of A New Way of Life Reentry Project.