Amy Ard 4-01-2007

Some activists possess a certain quality that's hard to put your finger on; you just know it when you see it. They are hopeful when the situation seems hopeless, they are gracious—even to those they struggle against—and their powerful convictions are reflected not just in their speech but in the way they live their lives.

E.J. Dionne Jr. 4-01-2007

America's religious communities and the battle over government.

There's no better way to prevent boredom than playing paddleball, and there's no better paddleball to remind you of your status with the Lord than the Inspirational Paddleball Game.

Common Life, Robert Cording's fifth poetry collection, is informed by religious faith and enacts it.

Lyndsay Moseley 3-01-2007

Something is bound to go terribly wrong when so many Christians see the planet as an unimportant holding place where we await salvation; or when preachers and teachers of the faith place too much e

Peter Murphy 2-01-2007

I just finished Barack Obama’s article in the November 2006 issue of Sojourners (“One Nation ... Under God?”), and I am deeply moved.

Stephen Petrie 1-01-2007

In “A Red Letter Campus” (by David Black, September-October 2006), Black asks, “What does it mean for a college to be called Christian?” He then answers his question by sugg

Diana Butler Bass 10-11-2006
I confess: Over the last 10 days, I did not pay much attention to the Amish school shooting. As the mother of an 8-year old girl, I find school violence stories too painful to follow.

Rose Marie Berger 8-01-2006
The 'gospel' of Judas and The Da Vinci Code make Christianity unrecognizable.
Laurence Keith 7-01-2006

Thanks for “Found in Translation” (by Brian McLaren, March 2006). It was very thought-provoking, and the metaphors are creative and life-giving.

Dale W. Brown 12-01-2005
Ron Hansen talks about stories, faith, and being a 'Christian writer.'
Robert Roth 11-01-2005
Whenever you helped the needy - or ignored the poor - Jesus said, "you did it to me."
Douglass Bakke 3-01-2005
I applaud Larry Rasmussen'

I applaud Larry Rasmussen’s efforts to find the middle ground between the positions of just war theory and Christian pacifism in the form of "just peacemaking" ("In the Face of War," January 2005). I, however, take exception to his conclusions in two regards. First, the non-believing world

Jim Wallis 2-01-2005

Why can't personal ethics and social justice - together - become a real political choice?

Elizabeth Palmberg 11-01-2004
One of the big lies of the modern age is that economics is uninteresting.

One of the big lies of the modern age is that economics is uninteresting. In reality, what is boring is the way economists write (Joseph Stiglitz, the Tom Clancy of economic prose, is the one notable exception). In contrast, no one thinks that, say,

Gary Downing 5-01-2002


Charles A. Kimball 11-01-1998
How Christians and Muslims navigate the road ahead will have profound consequences for both communities--and for the world.
Jim Wallis 1-01-1987

My concordance of the Bible lists almost 300 biblical references to "truth" and more than 600 to "love."

Walter Wink 11-01-1986

On Not Becoming What We Hate