“Sex Without Shame” (by Keith Graber Miller, September-October 2009) was brief, concise, and covered some of the major things that need to be tackled as people of faith really embrace i
[Regarding Robert Hirschfield’s “Peering Through the Wall” (November 2009)]: Nothing could illustrate more plainly the bias of U.S. reporting of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
Thanks for the timely and encouraging article by Keith Graber Miller, “Sex Without Shame” (September-October 2009).
I read with interest Elizabeth Palmberg’s “How to … Find a Social Justice College” in the September-October 2009 issue.
I found “Sex Without Shame” very disturbing.
I read the entire July 2009 issue of Sojourners in one sitting.
I applaud the commentary “When Governments Kill” (by Richard Viguerie, July 2009), as an American who used to support the death penalty.
Thank you for Rose Marie Berger’s excellent column, “Stammering Through Dreams” (The Hungry Spirit, July 2009).
Regarding “What Actually Works” (by Glen Stassen, June 2009): As I began reading this article, I noticed that it was all in the past tense.
I have recently been pleasantly surprised to read more stories and blog posts that bring attention to rural causes.
Regarding “Are Books Obsolete?” by Molly Marsh (May 2009): As a LEED accredited professional, I appreciate the necessity of sustainable practices to promote better health and well-being
Thank you for the wonderful issue on “The Green Economy” (May 2009).
As a bibliophile who loves the act of reading but also the sensory experience of a book’s look, feel, and smell, I thought, “Why would anyone want to read a book on a screen?” Fif
I appreciate Derek Webb’s zeal for doing what’s right, but I wonder just how many latrines and wells Webb has gotten his hands dirty digging (“Nashville’s New Groove,”
The letter “Women and Islam” (Letters, April 2009) points out that Islamic law often forces women into subservient social and religious roles.
I appreciated the article on eating disorders and wholeheartedly agree that the church needs to speak about it more (“Body Language,” by Elizabeth Palmberg, April 2009).
I appreciated Rose Marie Berger’s piece on forgiveness (“Just Forgive,” March 2009).
Robert Brenneman’s article (“The Cross and the Crossfire,” April 2009) leaves this reader incredulous.
I was glad to see Sojourners tackle the issue of “The Spirit of the New Islam” (by Rose Marie Berger, February 2009).