Sojourners Magazine: March 2021
The gospel is indeed good news for the poor—even in a crisis of poverty.
The struggle in the country that is sick.
How faith and community leaders are reimagining public safety.
Our life and mission for the future.
Institutions have the capacity to assimilate and co-opt critique instead of being transformed by it.
Climate math turns to moral issues.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Art isn't a stuffy thing behind glass but a conversation hundreds of years in the making.
Exploring art as an access point to the soul.
A review of Darius Marder’s drama Sound of Metal.
An excerpt from Decolonizing Christianity: Becoming Badass Believers.
“The horror, the futility, the farce of war in Iraq,” writes Daniel A. Sjursen, “was the turning point of my life.”
Darkness is as Light offers spirituality for difficult times.