A little Methodist church has a big heart for the left out and the lonley in the shadow of the nation's capital.
Renewable energy sources aren't just safer than nuclear power -- they're also cheaper.
The Utah Compact has good immigration principles -- but there's still a more excellent way.
A club owner in Chicago can pick up the phone and "mail-order" three girls from Eastern Europe.
Though the fast ended on Easter, it helped to spark a broad and united movement for a moral budget.
Poets resist anti-immigration laws with defiance, beauty, and social media.
The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger, by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett. Bloomsbury Press.
Gareth Higgins reviews Batle: Los Angeles, Saving Private Ryan, and Chinatown.
Bio: Founded Empowering and Strengthing Ohio's People (ESOP) to stop predatory lending and home foreclosures. Website: www.esop-cleveland.org.
"A white man's country" became the multiracial, multicultural democracy we now inhabit.
Reading Joel Hunter's "Civility Is Only a Beginning" (March 2011), I was struck by the contrast between his beautifully stated intention -- "Let's listen so well that we can state others' cases in
In Danny Duncan Collum's reflection on the attempted assassination of Rep.
Jesus says, receive the Holy Spirit, whom you cannot control. Diversity is an essential attribute of a Spirit-filled church.
<p>I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed Ed Spivey Jr.'s article in the March 2011 <i>Sojourners</i> ("Grandfathers Are Our Future") on being a grandfather
"Taking the Bible Seriously" by Charles E. Gutenson (April 2011) was right on the mark. I often see issue groups take the word of God and twist it to serve their purposes.
Fracking ("Meet the Frackers," by Tyler Edgar, March 2011) is well-known to people in Colorado, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, Texas, and other states for its disastrous use in natural gas extrac
Gerard Anderson on Overpaying, Overeating, and Out-of-Control U.S. Medical Costs