Issue: August 2016
Dan Berrigan spent a lifetime standing against the hubris of policymakers - and religious leaders - who had lost their way.
Dan Berrigan's prophetic peacemaking offers an inspiration and a challenge for all of us committed to a transforming life of faith.
Early, so early, my uncle began my instruction in death as a part of life.
'Doctors of the Church' Daniel and Philip Berrigan offer us a great service - if we have the ears to hear.
Must we choose between seeking justice and reveling in God's creation?
Human trafficking is broader than sex trafficking. So why do activists tend to ignore the widespread abuse of forced labor?
In a world that tells black women their lives don't matter, cooking nutritious foods can be a quiet act of resistance.
A timely reminder for faith-based activists.
It's impossible to eliminate nuclear weapons and "upgrade" them at the same time.
Some who decry threats to "liberty" seem to have a partisan agenda.
A Day for the Hunter, A Day for the Prey, by Leyla McCalla. Jazz Village.
The End of White Christian America, by Robert P. Jones. Simon & Schuster.
Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America, edited by Taylor Brorby and Stefanie Brook Trout. Ice Cube Press.
Big Telecom has engaged in a concerted campaign to shed its landline phone business.
Reflections from the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C.
Having a front porch means regular congregations, planned and unplanned.
"Soon" and "urgent" are words that can keep us from seeing the deep roots of problems - and solutions.
The goal, Graham said, is the "total destruction of nuclear arms."