A new wave of Native American evangelical theologians rejects the false choice between following Jesus or embracing their traditions.
On ominous red-on-black lettering, a recent Newsweek cover carried the headline, “The Decline and Fall of Christian America.” The magazine’s cover story by editor Jon Mea
Come Home, America: The Rise and Fall (and Redeeming Promise) of Our Country, by William Greider. Rodale Books.
Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion, and the Truth in the Immigration Debate, by Matthew Soerens and Jenny Hwang. InterVarsity Press.
The blues live in this world -- yet long for the next. An interview with Steve Nichols.
Money & Faith: The Search for Enough, by Michael Schut; After Gandhi: 100 Years of Nonviolent Resistance, by Anne and Perry O'Brien; Beyond Our Differences, by Peter Bisanz; and Kids + Money, by Lauren Greenfield.
Three percent of all District of Columbia residents are living with HIV/AIDS, according to a report released in March by the District government. The U.S.
The Ecumenical Water Network, an international Christian body formed to raise awareness about justice and the global water crisis, declared its frustration that the World Water Forum, which met in
Amen to John Stoner and Victor Goering's letters in the March 2009 issue.
Amidst the news of global market collapse, 11 of the world’s leading ethical banks met for the first time in March to form the Global Alliance for Banking on Values and to develop new strateg
More than 100 Mennonite pastors and lay ministers released a letter in April to the Mennonite Church USA, calling for the denomination to extend full welcome to gay and lesbian people and inviting
Robert Brenneman’s article (“The Cross and the Crossfire,” April 2009) leaves this reader incredulous.
I appreciated Rose Marie Berger’s piece on forgiveness (“Just Forgive,” March 2009).
In March, the Obama administration appointed J. Scott Gration as the U.S. special envoy to Sudan.
on the nitty-gritty work of seeking common ground on abortion
The blues can articulate our deepest suffering as broken humans in need of redemption, says Stephen J.
Indigenous theologians Richard Twiss, Terry LeBlanc, and Raymond Aldred discuss the importance of reviving Native American theology as a way of reclaiming culture.