Sojourners Magazine: October 1992
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An American Indian theology of place
The spiritual search for meaning in living and dying
Reflections from a teller of tales. An Interview with Tom Winton
Despite its failures, Rio's legacy is challenge and hope.
The Kairos process
Taize community draws young adults with its vision of inner life and human solidarity
Rabin and his Labor government
The urgent need for labor law reform
Public interest litigation is on death row
In hiding and other thoughts
Beans beans beans
What happens when we orient our lives to the good
Lyle Lovett's broad appeal
The role of the media in uprisings
The Mall of America
Politics: the allocation of resources and services and a distribution of power
The myth of America as a melting pot
Spiritual abuse by churches.
To listen is to find the humanity of two
Brazilian theologian Leonardo Boff announced this summer that he is leaving the Catholic priesthood - but not the church - "to be free to continue working without impediments."
Toxi waste near school
Sexual abuse in the church
Studying the text to be transformed