Have you ever visited your local Christian bookstore as an exercise in gender studies?
A recent Daily Kos post asks this question: Does the Evangelical movem
There comes a moment when we can say a word or speak a concept so often that it loses meaning and simply becomes sound. The concept becomes exhausted, thin, one-dimensional.
It may be too idealistic to believe that one day the U.S. will elect a pacifist as president or that Gen.
Last week, my wife Joy and I were front and center when Bill and Melinda Gates launched their new Living Proof campaign in Washington, D.C.
Earlier this year, I wrote an article in Sojourners about Common Se
The gender discussion in the church today is captured succinctly by New Testament scholar Gordon Fee in http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102710879856&s=5547&e=0012JIqccVLH7ea6GyBLMz
Over the past couple of months, I've followed the unfolding story of Lubna Hussein, the Sudanese woman who
Here we go again. Some people raise the issue of race (this time about the ways others are talking about or treating the first black U.S. president) and the media goes crazy.
I love my fellow citizens who have taken to the street against President Obama and his plans for health-care reform.