June 1977

Cover Story

It is difficult for me to comment upon the work of Jacques Ellul and its significance for Americans because of a sense I have that any remarks of mine about Ellul will be superfluous, if not self-serving.
The Frenchman's impact on an American activist.
Jacques Ellul's approach: confrontation and obedience.


A short manual for resurrection people.
“How can Christians demonstrate against injustice,” Sharon asked, “but in a way that Christ would have it done?”
Washington's inept response to wars and rumors of wars.
The plagues and bombs mock the peace.
Confronting the nuclear powers.


Jacques Ellul puts the matter of prayer in the proper perspective for me.