Sojourners Magazine: July-August 2001
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Is technology the tool of the devil? The primrose path to a better life? Or something in between?
George W. and Laura Bush's new Crawford, Texas home boasts a stunning array of eco-friendly features...
Voices from the Colombian church's human rights community.
A remarkable program for black and Jewish teen-agers goes a long way toward busting stereotypes and fostering reconciliation.
Genetic testing and treatment could affect every symptom we experience.
Why shouldn't kids be allowed to have their fun, for gosh sakes?
'Columbine' used to refer to a mountain wildflower. Now it conjures up a national tragedy of teens killing teens.
DiFranco wrestles openly with her choice 'to invite someone into her melodrama.'
The Veterans of Hope video series profiles nonviolence activists from around the world.
It's easy to defend the death penalty in the abstract, but much more difficult when you have to participate in death.
Jesus on the cross is best viewed as what that event concretely was, an imperial execution," says Mark Lewis Taylor in The Executed God.
Author of such novels as Atticus and Mariette in Ecstasy, Ron Hansen believes in the power of stories and in the role that they can play in an examination of a faith-filled life.
One of the most urgent issues for faith communities during the 1980s was the contra war in Nicaragua.
A recent survey of political involvement by black churches, conducted by Morehouse College’s "Public Influences of African-American Churches Project"...
"Curse Free TV" is a new invention that automatically filters out profanity and other offensive language in television programming.
Sojourners board meetings are important to those of us on staff for a number of reasons.
The Un-Chained Gang Motorcycle Ministry is a nondenominational outreach program of born-again outlaw bikers in Bloomington, Indiana. Members take a vow of nonviolence for the sake of Jesus.
When humanitarian intervention sends in the troops, its not usually a laughing matter.
Elizabeth Iguago came to the United States from Ecuador to work for an IMF official.
Israeli Rabbi Arik Ascherman of Rabbis for Human Rights, who was arrested this spring for blocking a bulldozer that was in the act of demolishing a Palestinian home in the West Bank.
Protesters anywhere have a legitimate case to make, as long as its not made with violence.
Cross Talk. As part of a cultural exchange initiated by the Mennonite Central Committee, Evelyn and Wallace Schellenberger are moving to Qom, Iran. To prepare they met with Dr.
When a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency survey found that one out of every 10 people in Baltimore is a drug addict, Methodist pastor Tim Warner decided enough was enough.