July-August 1982

Cover Story

A theological reflection on nuclear development.
Resistance as pastoral ministry.

Feature

Balancing the spiritualities of solitude and community.

Columns

I recently heard a retired British diplomat tell of a cable he sent years ago to a colleague at the United Nations who was embroiled in sensitive negotiations over Cyprus.
Sitting on a bench in Peace Memorial Park, it is almost impossible to believe that the atomic bomb was dropped here.
One morning a few weeks ago I opened the Washington Post to one of the most extraordinary newspaper headlines I have ever read: "Billy Graham: 'I Am Not a Communist.' "
Attempts to legally deny the civil and political rights of homosexuals in this country have been introduced sporadically in recent years.
Recently I was invited to address a group of 50 top military officers on the subject, "A Christian View of Nuclear War." 

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