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Sojourners Magazine: November 2019

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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."

Features

The opposite of loving your neighbor is being indifferent to them.

by
Jim Wallis
Magazine
Features

Real humility is truth and justice.

by
Pearl Maria Barros

Wade Mullen uncovers the strategies that perpetrators—and their churches—use to silence victims.

by
D.L. Mayfield

Voices

Voices
Mobilizing Hope

Howard Thurman is a balm for the soul of our nation.

Executive Director
Voices
From The Editors

The Christian virtue of humility recognizes that our talents can be used for the greater good.

by Jim Rice
Voices
Commentary

Breaking the silence begins with saying their names.

by
Kelly Sherman-Conroy

The Pompeo commission is at odds with Jesus' radically egalitarian teachings.

by
Allyson McKinney Timm

Making restitution is our generation’s task.

by
Eugene Taylor Sutton
Voices
Columns

A pilgrimage through stories of oppression leads to Lake Sakakawea.

by
Lisa Sharon Harper

Immoral legislation calls for dignified rage.

by
Rose Marie Berger

Religious pluralism can deepen solutions and build partnerships for justice.

by
Najeeba Syeed
Voices
Eyewitness

As told to Sojourners

by
Larrecsa Cox

Vision

Vision
Culture

What we get wrong about social media bias

by
Danny Duncan Collum

Three culture recommendations from our editors.

by
The Editors

Her performance is a powerful inversion of expectations for Asian women in America.

by
Chris Karnadi

"Savior theology" goes hand in hand with racist thought.

by
Kimberly Burge
Vision
Books

A review of Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America's Heartland, by Jonathan M. Metzl

by
Greg Williams

An excerpt from Holy Disunity: How What Separates Us Can Save Us

by
Layton E. Williams

A review of American Journal: Fifty Poems for Our Time, selected and introduced by Tracy K. Smith

by
Jeania Ree V. Moore
Vision
Poetry

A poem.

by
Julie L. Moore
Vision
Living The Word

Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C.

by
Kenyatta R. Gilbert
Vision
H'rumphs

Funny business by Ed Spivey Jr.

by
Ed Spivey Jr.