The United States still worships at the altar of nuclear weapons - yet cries 'heresy' when others want to join the sect.
When I first entered politics in the late 1960s, I had never heard the term “evangelical.” If I did, I certainly didn’t know what it meant.
The transition of today’s churches from modernism to postmodernism dominates many discussions in Christian and secular media.
It is hard to remember how controversial the ministry of Martin Luther King Jr. was during his life.
I just finished Jim Wallis’ thought-provoking editorial “A Real ‘Values’ Agenda” (January 2008).
Like the iris in the side yard, I have stopped blooming. Dig me up, O Spirit, and split me; where I have grown calloused, break me open;
In Jim Wallis’ article, “A Call to Repentance” (January 2008), he indicts all American churches as having lost their Christian consciences in regard to the U.S.
This Lent, Christians are invited to “Fast from Carbon.” The Regeneration Project’s Interfaith Power and Light carbon fast is a reminder that although global warming threatens
Christians opposed to research on human embryos are hoping a new technique will allow scientists to produce stem cells without destroying embryos.
I greatly appreciated the interview Michelle García conducted with Jon Sobrino (“Goodness Revealed,” January 2008).
For Iraqis, the scramble to find family members who are detained, kidnapped, killed, or simply lost is a harsh reality of war that often doesn’t make the headlines.
This month, as we enter the high season of the church year, the common lectionary offers an overwhelming number of biblical passages for our consideration.