Sojourners Magazine: October 2004
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Unless we observe and surrender our small, daily anxieties, we won't recognize the really big fears, in all their disguises, that control our politics, our denominations, our bank accounts, and the world's future.
Especially in a contentious election year,
As a World War II veteran,
How faith and a newspaper transformed a Mississippi community.
Evangelicals in the United States are increasingly estranged from their counterparts everywhere else.
Voting is not enough.
Is the church, like the country, divided into
Is it time for a Christian crusade against AIDS?
Google's 'democratic' launch hurt only the fat cats
God is not a Republican. Or a Democrat.
I've always wanted a lawyer. I have a plumber, but it's not the same.
Sacred Singing, rooted in comunity and place
Old-time country music is the new punk rock.
Thank you for the insightful article by Bill Moyers (
One year after the World Bank promised that revenues from the Chad-
As we wrapped up this issue, summer was taking its final stroll into autumn. But like many people, we've been focusing for some time on the fall and the very important Election Day we're facing.
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And you thought Mel Gibson'
Five Ursuline sisters,
Less Crime,Less Crime, More Time
If a forest is chopped down and nobody hears about it, did it really happen? Yes, according to Christian Peacemaker Teams and the Anishnabek tribe of Grassy Narrows First Nation near Kenora, Ontario.