Sojourners Magazine: November 2019
When Jesus said "love your neighbor," he called us to get outside of our tribal pathways and listen to lives of those whose pathways have been so different from ours. But too often we are limited in loving our neighbor by our narrow pathways of the "neighbors" around us, our people, those we consider "us."
Wade Mullen uncovers the strategies that perpetrators—and their churches—use to silence victims.
Real humility is truth and justice.
Breaking the silence begins with saying their names.
The Pompeo commission is at odds with Jesus' radically egalitarian teachings.
A pilgrimage through stories of oppression leads to Lake Sakakawea.
Immoral legislation calls for dignified rage.
"Savior theology" goes hand in hand with racist thought.
What we get wrong about social media bias
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Her performance is a powerful inversion of expectations for Asian women in America.
A review of American Journal: Fifty Poems for Our Time, selected and introduced by Tracy K. Smith
A review of Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America's Heartland, by Jonathan M. Metzl
An excerpt from Holy Disunity: How What Separates Us Can Save Us