July-August 1995

Cover Story

An interview with historian Gar Alperovitz.
A journey of remembrance.

Feature

An interview with Karl Gaspar.
Responding to the rage caused by childhood sexual abuse
How a spirit of fear can distort scripture and history.
by: Tom Sine
Healing for survivors of sexual abuse and war
The Redemptorist Mission Team in Mindanao, Philippines.

Commentary

Retro is a term used by graphic artists to describe a style of American design from the 1950s.
Can the words "Christian" or "faith" appear in proximity to political issues? And if they do, what should they mean?
On May 11, after months of U.S. arm-twisting and a four-week review conference in New York, the nations of the world agreed to a South African proposal for a permanent extension of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Columns

A Network for Renewal
I began this piece on the 50th anniversary of D-day-June 6, 1994.
Anne Morrison Welsh remembers every detail of that day 30 years ago.
When I tell people I live in Washington, D.C., a common reply is, "I'm sorry to hear that."
VITAMINS THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY
"Clothe yourselves with humility toward one another."
by: Ed Spivey

Culture Watch

Robert McNamara's personal confession.
The theology and life of William Stringfellow
Poets and their everyday art.
Early-teen magazines with a new vision.
The Santanas offer the familiar...and the surprising.
Beauty and truth in My Family
The search for meaning is hard work.
An inner-city physician's honest struggles.
Writers of various sorts, you may have noticed, sometimes take a notion to cast aside their particular genre or discipline and Just Write About Life

Departments

Volunteer Opportunities
Live From Death Row, the new book by inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, continues to stir controversy.
A requirement for working at Sojourners is learning how to survive "multitasking." 
In "Suspicions of Conspiracy," Tom Sine examines some of the similarities and differences between certain strands of Christian apocalyptic thought and global conspiracy theories propagated by some political extremists. 
Neighbors work together to take back their streets.
Showing the way of compassion.
Live From Death Row, the new book by inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, continues to stir controversy.
The stitches are not tiny - the woman who made them was old.
A requirement for working at Sojourners is learning how to survive "multitasking."
Reflections on the revised common lectionary (July 2 - August 27, 1995)
CELEBRATING RACIAL DIVERSITY
Live From Death Row, the new book by inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, continues to stir controversy.
Live From Death Row, the new book by inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, continues to stir controversy.
Live From Death Row, the new book by inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, continues to stir controversy.

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