Issue: February 2017
The resilient action at Standing Rock offers a model — and a sign of things to come.
In the Augsburg Confession, activists see the key to Lutheranism that better reflects the diversity of its people.
In Syria and throughout the Middle East, Christians have remained faithful in the face of violence and even genocide.
Proclaiming a word from beyond ourselves can set us free from our captivity.
Why would Israel make false accusations against an evangelical humanitarian aid organization?
Protestants turned the world upside down once. Is it time to do it again on climate change?
The Sanctuaries collective creates a new kind of sacred space for art and justice.
Love, Henri: Letters of the Spiritual Life, by Henri J.M. Nouwen; edited by Gabrielle Earnshaw. Convergent Books.
The Root of War is Fear: Thomas Merton's Advice to Peacemakers, by Jim Forest. Orbis Books.
Steve Bannon helped make Breitbart.com, as he later boasted, “the platform for the alt-right.”
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle A
The human heart and the American promise is wider than we ever imagined.
Standing Rock represents a taste of the battles to come to protect creation during the Trump presidency.