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.


The plagues and bombs mock the peace.
Confronting the nuclear powers.
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.


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