Why do so many try to lighten the impact of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech?
Soldiers are dying for a failed, arrogant, theologically unjust, and immoral war policy.
College campuses have been in the vanguard of most major social movements.
In the DRC, soldiers use women's bodies as a battlefield.
George Lucas may have had a role in my childhood, but it's not up to him to tell my story for me.
A school claims video games help students learn to "manage complexity." But will they understand culture?
I very much appreciated “The Art of Dying” by Lisa Sowle Cahill (June 2010).
September 2010: 'Come, Rejoice With Me'; October 2010: The Nature of Faith
I live in Los Angeles and work among progressively minded folks (Jesus-following and not). During and since the Proposition 8 vote, I have found a great deal of secular commentary on gay marriage.
It is sad to me that Jim Wallis’ editorial on the Arizona immigration law (“Is Christian Ministry Illegal in Arizona?” July 2010) said nothing about reconciliation.
In her generally fine article, Lisa Sowle Cahill states, “euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide is not an acceptable answer to the stress of human death.”
In the September-October issue, Danny Duncan Collum cuts through paranoid misrepresentations of community organizing to the quiet, hopeful truth: Congregation-based organizing groups are helping pe