Sojourners Magazine: July 2020
Christians have been deeply culpable of perpetuating white supremacy; reparations must not only compensate for past harms, but also chart a pathway to a just future.
Revelations about Jean Vanier’s abuse threaten our confidence in determining good and evil.
Finding God in a detention center.
The Holy Land is not a “Zionist fairyland.”
The COVID-19 crisis places faith communities and the state in a unique relationship—connected by mutual vulnerability and massive need.
In the sixth century all worship was suspended, people hoarded, and survivors bore the economic burdens.
If we listen to our bodies, they will tell us where God wants to heal our souls.
Four presidential administrations have acknowledged the necessity of universal internet access, but none of them have made it happen.
What's taken with an artifact? Transgenerational identity, memory, knowledge, ritual, inspiration, self-esteem, and agency.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire reminds us what it's like to be on the margins; we make our own way together.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
A review of Dorothy Day: Dissenting Voice of the American Century, by John Loughery and Blythe Randolph.
A review of Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents, by Octavia E. Butler.
An excerpt from Becoming Brave: Find the Courage to Pursue Racial Justice Now.