How to talk with our children about homelessness.
As we put creation's author to the test—with projects like the Keystone XL pipeline—there will be consequences.
Christ's upside-down kingdom offers a different and subversive message: Lose your life and you'll find it.
The civil right of equal opportunity never ensured the human right of equal access.
We need to show that the zeitgeist is changing, and that there's a steep price for fooling us.
To build a new world, sometimes you have to tear the old one down.
The Earth Manifesto: Saving Nature with Engaged Ecology, by David TraceyA Political Theology of Climate Change, by Michael S. Northcott
Excerpt from God and the Gay Christian by Matthew Vines, Convergent Books
Her Next Chapter by Chicago Review Press / A Shimmer of Something by Liturgical Press / The New Parish by IVP Books / A Permeable Life by Available Light
The problem is not with the ark, but with the ark mentality it represents.
Reading Jim Wallis’ column (“What I Learned by Marrying a Priest,” April 2014), I’m reminded of what the Roman Catholic Church is missing by refusing to ordain female priests.
As a Vietnam veteran, I thank you for publishing Gregg Brekke’s article (“Wounded Souls,” April 2014) about veterans’ troubles, especially on the emotional and spiritual level.
Back in 1964 when I entered Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas, one of my professors was Rachel Henderlite, the first woman ordained in the then-Southern Presbyterian Church.
A slideshow of the rebuilding efforts in Tacloban City, Philippines, in the wake of Haiyan.
Matthew Vines sits down with Sojourners to discuss his first book, God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships.
Musician Nicole C. Mullen and theologian Ellen F. Davis articulate the goodness of God in their own unique ways.
A map of the proposed route for the Keystone XL pipeline.