Sojourners Magazine: June 2009
Certain topics in our public life have become volatile political footballs, tossed back and forth with little regard for understanding either side’s perspective—and with increasing amounts of anger. The issue of abortion likely tops the list. But as Sojourners associate editor Julie Polter writes in “Bridge Over Troubled Waters,” the current conversation among pro-choice and pro-life advocates may finally yield some pragmatic fruit.
Read her article and see below for this month's exciting and resourceful web extras!
Representative Rosa DeLauro speaks with Julie Polter about her involvement in abortion reduction efforts.
Blues scholar Stephen J. Nichols discusses how the blues can teach us about suffering, brokennes, and redemption.
Indigenous theologians share the importance of reclaiming Native American culture for Christ.
Ed Spivey Jr. laments the slow demise of the newspaper industry as evidenced by his shrinking newspaper.