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Sojourners Magazine: March 2018

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With an unreliable leader in the White House, and a political culture that sustains itself on sensationalism, it would seem we are living in a time of unprecedented instability. Not so, says the book of Daniel. The challenges of 2018 may be unique, but, as Rev. Dr. William Barber II reminds us in our cover story, "palace intriugue" is as old as the Bible itself. And, even amidst the machinations of narcissistic kings, there are always a few willing to stand up to the idolatry of power, no matter the cost.

Cover Story

Tips from the book of Daniel for dealing with a tyrant.

Feature

Two decades after the Good Friday accords, Protestant and Catholic churches in Northern Ireland are still working to build the peace.
The last book of the Bible has more shocking twists than 'House of Cards.'
Rejecting the heresy of individualism.

Commentary

Here's a relatively simple step to limit an "unstable, volatile" president's nuclear options.
How did sororities and fraternities go from service to sociopathy?
A cry for hope amid dramatic changes in Zimbabwe.

Culture Watch

Women playwrights push back at male domination of theater.
In the 1980s, almost 300,000 farms were lost forever.
Four March culture recommendations from our editors.
I want movie bad guys to be more than monsters.
We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy, by Ta-Nehisi Coates. One World. 
Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear, by Matthew Kaemingk. Eerdmans.
A Land Full of God: Christian Perspectives on the Holy Land, edited by Mae Elise Cannon. Wipf & Stock.
Henry David Thoreau: A Life, by Laura Dassow Walls. The University of Chicago Press.
Four questions for health educator Ruby Garner.

Departments

We are not the first to grapple with a leader whose only regard is for himself.
A Prophetic Exchange
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B

Columns

My parents didn't come right out and say it, but what they meant was, "You are not white."
Our nation's moral and political discourse is in serious trouble.
The gun involved in Donte Manning's death belonged to a cop.
Throughout history, embroidery and sewing have been women's work, girls' work, the work of the poor.