Sojourners Magazine: November 2020
In the event of a tainted election, the faith community must rise up.
Faithful citizenship sometimes requires that we withdraw our consent and cooperation.
Seven concrete steps to safeguard the integrity of the vote.
Nonviolent Peaceforce speaks to Sojourners about learning from past election crises.
How speculative imaginations are providing tools to act for change.
Here is our call to faith: ‘Protect the Image of God in 2020.’
We appreciate your honest and passionate engagement, and we promise to keep listening.
Christians are well-suited to engage in a bolder vision.
How do they situate themselves between Caesar and God?
God's people are failing to meet the first instruction laid down in Genesis.
My complicated response led me to reflect on another structure.
Though I very much would like to.
This fictitious family has very real problems.
Chilean filmmaker Maite Alberdi's documentary is refreshingly uncomplicated in its call to compassion.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Thomas B. Slater's volume is not a typical commentary.
Churches can learn a lot from the Progressive Era.
An excerpt from Howard Thurman and the Disinherited.
November reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycles A and B.
This Is Not the Year for a Protest Vote