One of several tender nerves I have is when people expound the benefits of space exploration and study. And yet, as Ed Spivey Jr.
I appreciated Rose Berger’s column (“Tackling the Unspeakable,” February 2009) and her interview with Jim Douglass about John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
“Stingy Givers” (a review by J.
I thought Ruth Haley Barton’s article (“Make a Joyful Silence,” February 2009) was awesome.
Regarding Eboo Patel’s “Three Myths about Islam” (February 2009): I have to take issue with his simplistic attempt to debunk myth two.
Regarding “Make a Joyful Silence,” by Ruth Haley Barton (February 2009): We Quakers figured out more than 350 years ago that the presence of God is best understood through the “ga
It is sad to see that in an otherwise excellent editorial (“A New Faith Coalition,” January 2009), Jim Wallis reinforces racist discourse.
The memos to President Obama in the January issue are interesting for what they omit as well as for what they include.
During some moments of pre-Christmas calm, I had a chance to read the memos to President Obama (“Dear President Obama,” January 2009).
[Regarding “A New Faith Coalition,” by Jim Wallis, January 2009]: Those who characterize abortion as “single-issue politics” often use the goal to “reduce the number o
After reading (for the second time) the “Dear President Obama” letters, I was disappointed that no one mentioned the need to reduce the huge U.S. military budget.
Thanks for Jim Wallis’ thoughts in “A Pastoral Strategy for Hard Times” (December 2008). Our church is gearing up to assist more folks in our church and local community.
Last night in the theology class I teach on peace and justice, I said there were better ways than military intervention to solve the problems in Darfur and
Sojourners, thank you, by God’s grace, for what you do! In a God coincidence, many years ago a friend had recycled a copy of your magazine at the local library.
Thanks for the work you do. There are plenty of good ministries in the world, for which I am grateful.
I enjoyed Ed Spivey Jr.’s dry sense of humor in his video about the economy (“It’s All His Fault,” December 2008 Web Extras).
I was deeply disappointed in Sojourners’ guidance on voting in regard to abortion (“Principles and Policies for Christian Voters,” December 2008).
We just adopted two little girls, and I anxiously pored through the TV guide for the time(s) Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood would be on.
I was struck by the letter from Richard Tillinger regarding his love of machine guns (“Misfire?” September-October 2008).
“Life-Changing Experience” (by Aaron Graham) in the September- October 2008 issue of Sojourners highlights an important part of the journey that we strive to challenge ou