Sojourners Magazine: May 1993
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Bill Clinton believes in a place called Hope, and he has, I think, given us reason to believe with him.
Why is it that Baseball '93 does not send my spirit soaring once again?
The shoot-out and siege in Waco, Texas have raised the issue of religious fanaticism in the mind of America.
It is the children no one else will claim who end up here, in an old farmhouse in Sonoma County, California, north of San Francisco.
THE PUBLICATION OF the ground-breaking article "Renewing the Heart of Faith," which calls for the constructive engagement of Christians together, is a happy moment...
The disastrous fire at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant seven years ago continues to extract a heavy toll on the people of the former Soviet Union and elsewhere.
News brief on the report of the U.N.-sponsored Truth Commission
THANKS FOR THE article "A Diversity of Gifts," by David Batstone (February-March 1993).
The spring of 1993 lends itself, tragically, to efforts aimed at combating racism.
North Korea's announcement in March that it would no longer be bound by the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty was met with international alarm and approbation.
AS USUAL, your February-March issue digs deep into my consciousness and stirs (sometimes aggravates) my soul. This time, one thing concerns me.
I AGREE WITH Richard K. Taylor ("Seeing the World Through New Lenses," January 1993) in deploring rationalizations for violence.
Dwelling House Savings and Loan is located by choice in a primarily low-income, African-American neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
A prototype of the world's first CFC-free refrigerator was brought from Germany to Australia in late February on the Greenpeace flagship The Rainbow Warrior
I WAS READING my stack of fall Sojourners out of chronological order this week.
I DEEPLY APPRECIATED Jim Wallis' "Renewing the Heart of Faith" in the February-March 1993 issue.
IN A POLITICO-SOCIO-linguistic sense, Danny Duncan Collum's semi-Latinate-McCluhanesque musings on intracultural trends often seem quasi-nonsensical. What is it with the hyper-hyphenation?
For the past two years, the Jeremiah Group has been laying the foundations for broad-based community organizing in the greater New Orleans area.
The "Living The Word" section is a very worthy effort, and I have used it greatly.