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August 2011 Your Daughters Will Prophesy: Why girls hold the key to a new South Africa
July 2011 Organizing: Is There an App for That? How online tools are transforming the way social change happens.
June 2011 Let Them Eat Tanks: How the Pentagon's binge spending is starving the rest of us.
May 2011 The Surprising Power of Nonviolence: How Egyptian activists turned enemies into allies -- and pulled off a revolution. Plus: a century of civil resistance, a freedom fighter tells his story, and rereading feminism.
April 2011 Overcoming Denial: How to talk to talk to climate change skeptics (with all due respect). Ten myths about global warming, and what the science really says. Bill McKibben on the biggest problem we've ever faced.
March 2011 Afghanistan: Why it's time to end the war, and how to do it. The human cost, abroad and at home. Securing rights for women and girls after the exit.
February 2011 Cruel and Unequal: How our penal system mass-produces second-class citizens.
January 2011 Is God Violent? What the scandal of the cross says about the nature of God, by Brian McLaren
December 2010 The Politics of Childbirth: Why is it such a fight to have a 'natural' birth? How women are taking on the medical establishment -- and winning.
September/October 2010 Why Glenn Beck Hates Community Organizers: They give power to the people; they change the future; they help churches work for justice; they help people stand together; and they're making a difference.
August 2010 Nature in a Chokehold: Reflections on the catastrophe in the Gulf by: Jim Wallis, Gretel Ehrlich, Ched Myers, Elaine Enns, Calvin DeWitt, Majora Carter, James Lee Burke, and Bill Wylie-Kellermann.
July 2010 Boys Don't Cry: And other dangerous lies.
August 2008 'I have the health care I need. Shouldn't everyone?' Elizabeth Edwards on the moral outrage of 47 million Americans without health insurance -- and what we can do about it.
July 2008 World food crisis: 7 Steps to food sanity
June 2008 Making Their Mark: Young Christians are finding new ways to connect their faith to action. The church, and the world, will never be the same.
May 2008 Putting Your Money Where Your Heart Is: When the economy takes a downturn, what happens to the common good?
April 2008 Where the Spirit Leads: Latino Pentecostals defy simplistic labels, but they may be a key swing demographic in the political wars of 2008.
March 2008 Is It Still a Wonderful Life? Building a new politics on the old values of generosity, compassion, and community
February 2008 The Great Awakening: Reviving Faith and Politics in a Post-Religious Right America
January 2008 To Whom Do We Belong? On Iraq, many U.S. Christians listened more to George Bush's American nationalism than they did the global Body of Christ.
December 2007 Forever Young: How to stay alive your whole life, by Richard Rohr; Anna and Simeon: Biblical models of lifelong fathfulness, by Margaret Guenther
November 2007 Making a Scene: In the spirit of the prophets: 'Rev. Billy' and his Stop Shopping campaign; 'Everything Must Change' Brian McLaren's new book challenges the very way we view our world - and calls for a revolution of hope
September/October 2007 The New Sanctuary Movement: With immigration reform dead in Congress, churches step into the gap.
August 2007 Can Nuclear Power Save Us? No greenhouse gases, no dependence on foreign oil - what's not to like about nuclear energy?
July 2007 Step It Up to Save the Earth: Race and the environmental movement and what your congregation can do to restore creation.
June 2007 A Surge for Peace: Christians step out against the war.
May 2007 Special Issue: Trade Justice: How your wallet (and your clout) can help build a fairer world.
April 2007 More than a Helping Hand: Many volunteers are pitching in to rebuild the Gulf Coast. But what else is needed to build a just society?
March 2007 Cry Freedom! Today Millions of people around the world are held against their will. A look at the modern global slave trade and those who fight it.
February 2007 Making Work Work: 5 things we can do to brighten the prospects for working families. ALSO: Thich Nhat Hanh on letting go of anger, 'Knit local, act global', and cautious hope in Congo.
January 2007 How to Defend the Family More (and fight about it less): Julie Polter on why we need to rescue
December 2006 118 Days: Christian Peacemakers on captivity in Iraq; How I survived by James Loney, A gateway to humanity by Harmeet Singh Sooden, Tom Fox's witness for life. ALSO: John Perkins looks ahead and Thomas Keating on centering prayer.
November 2006 Should God be banned from the public square? Plus, Why George Bush's self-assured faith makes the world less secure; Special issue on books and film.
September/October 2006 'Bring Us Home': A conversation with U.S. soldiers who have joined the growing movement against the war in Iraq.
August 2006 If All You Have Is A Hammer...everything looks like a nail: The Bush administration's failure of imagination in Iran and around the world
July 2006 'We Are America': An immigrant's story. Plus: Ched Myers on baptism's true cost, Prophetic politics in the new South Africa, Hollywood celebs take on the world.
June 2006 Is the Catholic Vote Up For Grabs? How Catholics became the ultimate swing voters, by Maurice Timothy Reidy, A moral challenge to both parties, by E.J. Dionne Jr. Plus: Marilynne Robinson sees the holy in the everyday world, Tom Fox's nonviolent witness, Reflections on Guantánamo from an 'inside man.'
May 2006 Special Issue: FOOD and how we get it. The Tao of dumpster diving, The politics of "Our Daily Bread" - a bible study, A farm grows in Brooklyn (and a college grows a farm), What's really in our food?
April 2006 From Slogans to Solutions: Can we move beyond hard-line rhetoric to policies that actually reduce abortions? Plus: Immigration: A Bible study, Undocumented in America.
March 2006 Decoding Jesus: "Kingdom of God" is so last-century. Are there new ways to talk about Jesus' good news? Plus: Punk rockers meet senior citizens, Human rights in Latin America: A progress report, What to do when a president places himself above the law.
February 2006 What Works: Gaining ground against poverty: From Africa, three innovative solutions. Plus: Bonhoeffer's 100th, global Christianity, truth and reconciliation in Greensboro.
January 2006 Taking Back Our Kids: Child rearing, never an easy endeavour, has become in many ways a countercultural activity. Plus: Reza Aslan, the Lord God Bird, community-based investing.
December 2005 Vital Signs: Congregations find passion and purpose by blending ancient traditions and contemporary action. Plus: Nelson Good, Conflict in Matthew, Intelligent Religion.
November 2005 Can You See Me Now? The storms in the Gulf exposed a long-denied side of America. Plus: Wendel Berry, Jars of Clay, banned musicians: A special section on books and music.
September/October 2005 Why Did the Christian Cross the Road? A look at the perils of being bridge people. Plus: Fighting child prostitution; Peace by degree; Leaving campus behind.
August 2005 Reality Check - Facts on the ground in Israel and Palestine belie politicians' false optimism. Plus: A conversation with an Indigo Girl; The human cost of the war on terror; A 16th century mystic's wisdom.
July 2005 Marriage and the Common Good - Young Christians discover that it takes a village to make a marriage and vice versa. Plus: God wants You to end global poverty; The struggle of the San José Church in Jiñocuao, Nicaragua; The miracle at Accra.
June 2005 Confessions of a Blue State Christian by Donna Britt. Plus: Growing up Evangelical; Freedom's Ship; 'Teach a woman to fish...'
May 2005 Give us this Day - A special issue on health, sustainability, and the spirituality of "enough." Including: Ten (or so) things you can do to lessen your impact on the earth; Sprawl and our future; Why God's abundant life won't fit in a shopping cart.
April 2005 Taxes, Lies and the Least of These - Bush's out-of-balance tax agenda. Also: The Lost Boys of Sudan; The Killing of Jimmy Lee Jackson; Supernatural Chiller Flicks.
March 2005 Catholics at the Crossroads - Can the U.S. church find redemption? by Heidi Schlumpf; Challenge and hope in the global South, by Marie Dennis; The Vatican's management problem, by Richard Rohr. Also: Privatizing Social Security; Tsunami Politics; William Stringfellow's Legacy.
February 2005 God's Politics - Why the Right gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It. An excerpt from the new book by Jim Wallis. Also: Evangelism and Empire: a Dangerous Mix; An Interview with Palestinian Peacemaker Hanan Ashrawi; Arun Ghandi on the Challenge of Faithful Living.
January 2005 In The Face Of War - What's next for Christian peacemaking? Also: Finding Grace on Reality TV; Prospects for Peace After Arafat; Mentoring the Children of Inmates.
December 2004 SPECIAL BOOKS ISSUE - Religion and the book industry, by Phyllis Tickle. Also: Paul Elie on Pilgrimage and the art of deep reading; An original vignette by Edwidge Danticat; The Sprituality of reading, by Nancy M. Malone; What I'm Reading, by Kathleen Norris, Brian D. Maclaren, Phillip Yancey, David James Duncan.
November 2004 HIGH STAKES - What does it mean to confess Christ in the election of 2004? by Jim Wallis. Also: The Politics Of Piety, by Amy Sullivan.
October 2004 FEAR - Richard Rohr, Julie Polter, and Francis MacNutt on the Politics and Spirituality of fear. Also: 10 Things to Do Before The Election; A Miracle in Mississippi; Sacred Music in Southern Maryland.
September 2004 Scared To Talk Politics In Church? - Five principles for pastors during an election - and three things to avoid altogether. Also: Dialogue with a Devil, by Jim Forest (with a little help from C.S. Lewis); Arm in Arm in the Middle East; Liberals Discover a Moral Backbone.
August 2004 Democracy in the Balance: Is "we the people" the political incarnation of a spiritual truth - or a stupendous fraud? Also: Color Lines and Party Lines; Ordinary Virtue: Doing the right thing is about using the power we have, no matter how small our efforts.
July 2004 A conversation with Wendell Berry, the Kentucky farmer and renowned essayist talks about true religion, the myth of progress, and the joy of a hot bath. Also: They're Back! The rebirth of the Religious Right; Holy Warror Nuns! Comic books and spirituality.
June 2004 Progressive and 'Pro-Life'? Why people who believe in the sanctity of life - all life - struggle to find a home in either political party. Also: E.J. Dionne Jr. on moral language in the public sphere; Political power and the hip-hop generation;
May 2004 Pray Globally, Act Locally: It's going to take the whole body of Christ - theologians, businesspeople, artists, laborers, activists - to transform the globalized economy into a force for good.
April 2004 Toward Tax Justice: In the beginning was..Alabama. Seeds for a revolutionary debate about taxes were planted - surprise! - in the middle of the Bible Belt. An interview with Susan Pace Hamill, whose faith transformed a governor. Also, Bush tax policy.
March 2004 Down-to-Earth Theology - Special Issue on the Environment; Sins of Emission; a pastor in hip waders; What Genesis days and doesn't say about caring for creation.
February 2004 Should the Church Split Over Gay and Lesbian Christians? The Presbyterian Church (USA) looks for a better way forward. -- Also: The unlikely pilgrimage of Philip Yancey -- Is nonviolent regime change possible? -- Wal-Mart: always low wages
January 2004 'America, You Must Be Born Again' - A provocative new book explores Martin Luther King Jr.'s sacred journey from reform to revolution. Also, the WTO after Cancun, The morality of file swapping, A last encounter with Johnny Cash.
November-December 2003 Spy Games - Two forme CIA analysts on how the case for the Iraq war was built on a stack of lies (and other tales of intrigue from inside The Company). Also, The Food Project, and Witness for Peace.
September-October 2003 George W. Bush's Theology of Empire; Also, Weapons of mass deception - truth, lies, and the Iraq war, What to do about Liberia, The 'revolutionary kindness' of Anita Roddick, and Pharoah's daughter - The women of Exodus
July-August 2003 Apocalypse Soon?: Why Christian Zionism is blocking peace in the Middle East - and putting the world at risk; Also: Michelle Shocked on why her cup runneth over; Men with guns: vigilantes on border patrol; Bob Dylan's born-again music is born again
May-June 2003 Drugs: The Other War; Also: Lessons of the Iraq War; The University of Social Justice: 5 schools that dig deeper; Dangerous Art; Christians in Colombia: Caught in the Middle
March-April 2003 Saving the Corporate Soul: Making a buck without selling out; The Iraq War: A call for noncooperation; Phil Berrigan's journey toward freedom; Why radio stinks; Thomas Cahill on the call of the prophets; An evangelical discovers beauty
January-February 2003 God, Country and the Duty of Dissent: Christian Conscience in Time of War; Plus: Jerry Falwell smears Islam; Lessons from a life well-lived; Bill Gates: Tax the rich!
November-December 2002 Got Nukes? What can be done about the rising nuclear threat; Plus: Jim Wallis on how to disarm Iraq… without war; Holiday book list; Nonviolent resistance in Columbia
September-October 2002 How to topple Saddam Hussein—without war: Why 22 million Iraqis are better suited to bring democracy to their country than the U.S. military; Plus: '40 acres and a mortgage'—home ownership and economic freedom; Bill McKibben on Bush and the environment
July-August 2002 A Few Bad Men? How to reform a medieval church, by Joan Chittister; and Is celibacy obsolete?, by Richard Rohr; Plus: The coming war in Iraq; Ashcroft watches what you read; Death rattle and roll: music to die for; and Walter Brueggemann on Enron.
May-June 2002 From Conquistadors to Corporations: How the globalizers took over the world; Plus: Martha Stewartship; An interview with Ani DiFranco; Sex, Lies, and the Catholic Church; Crossing the Nuclear Threshhold; Preaching God's Green Gospel.
March-April 2002 Fundamentalism and the modern world, with Karen Armstrong, Susannah Heschel, Feisal Abdul Rauf, and Jim Wallis; Plus: 18 young Christians who are changing the world; Jesus visits the Hamptons; Studs Terkel on how to live forever; the sin of Enron.
January-February 2002 Soul Searching: How Sept. 11 blew away our certainties and opened the door to transformation, with Richard Rohr, Kathleen Norris, and Jim Wallis; Plus: Growing up with activist parents; And Joan Chittister on the dangers of Christian discipleship.
November-December 2001 A Light Shines in the Darkness: Reflections on Sept. 11 and beyond. Plus: SojoFest 2001; Meeting Jesus on the street; Britain's empty pews, but full agendas; And an interview with singer-songwriter David Wilcox.
September-October 2001 Against Impossible Odds: The struggle for peace in Israel-Palestine. Plus: Celebrating 30 years of Sojourners; A study on Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well; The legacy of Sojourner Truth; and Who's behind the Left Behind books?
July-August 2001 God is My Palm Pilot: Is technology the tool of the devil? The primrose path to a better life? Or something in between? Plus: Black and Jewish teens take the bus from 'them' to 'us'; I'm O.K., You're Temporary; and On the Ground in Colombia
May-June 2001 FBO Land: How will faith-based organizations navigate the chutes and ladders of the church-state game? Also: On the Colombian front of the drug war, it's hard to tell who or what is the real enemy; David Cortright on missle defense; women and Islam.
March-April 2001 Faith and the Arts: An American painter uses her eyes, hands, and heart to portray the grief and hope she sees in Eritrea. Plus: living our lives without being "branded"; the potential of the hip-hop nation; recalling Middle East history.
January-February 2001 Does God care about sports? Why the sports stadium has replaced the church sancturary as the dominant arena of piety for many American men. Also: the media get religion, a profile of the Responsible Wealth Campaign, and an interview with Karl Gaspar
November-December 2000 Should Joe Lieberman (and the rest) keep his religion to himself? The real question is not whether religious values should help shape politics, but how.
September-October 2000 The Internet has made hate groups highly visible, completely anonymous, and available to a potentially limitless audience. Who are these groups, what are their strategies, and what can we do to fight back?
January 1993 In the Beginning Was the Word: Truth and Spirit in the Gospel of John.
December 1992 What Happens When a Society Ignores Its Prophets? The Lesson of Peru.
November 1992 Can Politics Be Moral? Garry Wills, Roger Wilkins, Mary McGrory, Randy Kehler, Joyce Hollyday, and Jim Wallis.
October 1992 The Full Circle of Liberation: Theologian George Tinker offers an American Indian perspective on the gospel that represents a radical departure from traditional Western and liberation theologies.
August-September 1992 A Plague in Paradise: Development endangers a way of life on South Carolina's Daufuskie Island
July 1992 No Justice, No Peace: In the wake of Los Angeles, where can we go from here?
June 1992 Drugs: 'For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against principalities, and against the powers...…'
May 1992 At Home in Joseph's House: community and grace overcome the isolation of AIDS.
April 1992 Moral Malpractice: Behind America's Health Care Crisis.
January 1991 Body, Blood, and Spirit: American Indians proclaim the survival of a living culture five centuries after the arrival of Europeans and 100 years after the Wounded Knee massacre
December 1990 'What do you do when helping the poor and the orphans is considered an act of subersion?' -Jean Donovan, on the eve of her death
November 1990 When A Tree Falls In the Forest…: The Future Hears the Echo. Environmentalists, loggers, and the timber industry in the Pacific Northwest are waging a battle that reaches far beyond the edges of the forest.
October 1990 Prayer and the Powers: History belongs to the intercessors.
August-September 1990 What's Wrong With Integration? Reflections on race, equality, and power by Manning Marable, Harold W. Cruse, Delores S. Williams, Eugene Rivers, Danny Duncan Collum, Anthony A. Parker, and Jim Wallis.
July 1990 Building A Living Democracy: Beyond Socialism and Capitalism. Gar Alperovitz breaks through traditional ideologies and show how the changing global reality opens up the possibility for a fresh dialogue on politics and economics.
June 1990 Prison: Crimes of Punishment, by Anthony A. Parker.
May 1990 We Shall Not Be Moved. Randy Kehler and Betsy Corner are part of a growing community of conscience in western Massachusetts refusing to pay for war. Despite IRS seizures and auctions of their homes, they are standing firm and staying put.
April 1990 A Martyred Nation: Rising from the Ashes in El Salvador
February-March 1990 The Cry of Creation. The Earth's Call to Restore Relationship: A Special Issue.
January 1990 The Second Reformation Has Begun. Today a global crisis of immense proportions is being confronted by an uprising of hope led by the church of the poor. By Jim Wallis.
December 1989 Faithful to the Truth: Penny Lernoux, 1940-1989. A Journalist of Courage and Integrity.
July 1989 Amazing Grace: Making history in the Appalachian coal fields, by Joyce Hollyday.
June 1989 The Challenge of Change: The Cold War thaw and the hunger for democracy, by Richard J. Barnet.
May 1989 The Struggle for Nicaragua's Soul: The church in revolution and war, by Penny Lernoux
April 1989 Palestine: With stones, tax resistance, boycotts, strikes, and flags, the Intifada confronts the world's fourth largest military power. Palestinians are working to shake off the Israeli occupation and to build a new state that will live in peace with Israel.
March 1989 In the Valley of the Shadow of Three Mile Island. Ten years after the nation's worst commercial nuclear accident, a controversy rages that has implications for the health, safety, and future of us all.
February 1989 The State of the Union: Post-Election Perspectives from Garry Wills, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Robert McAfee Brown, Danny Duncan Collum, Pam Solo, Joyce Hollyday, Bob Borosage, and Jim Wallis
January 1989 A Servant Song of Justice: A Bible study series on Isaiah, by Daniel Berrigan
December 1988 You have struck the women, you have struck the rock: Women in the freedom struggle in South Africa.
November 1988 Election '88: Nothing New Under the Sun, or Something New Over the Rainbow, by Jim Wallis.
October 1988 The Philippines: A Hope Betrayed. A Journal, by Jim Wallis. An Interview with Karl Gaspar. Cookie Diokno on the campaign against U.S. bases.
August-September 1988 The Church Confronts Apartheid. Reports on the growing conflict, by Jim Wallis and Joyce Hollyday. Interview with Allan Boesak, Desmond Tutu, and Frank Chikane.
July 1988 Showdown in San Antonio: Politics, personalities, and doctrine clash as Southern Baptists decide the futre of the country's largest Protestant denomination.
June 1988 Old Time Religion and the Politics of the New South. Pat Robertson leads his flock into the wilderness, by Vicki Kemper. Jesse Jackson breaks common ground, by Danny Duncan Collum.
May 1988 Mothers of Sorrow and Hope: From South africa to San Salvador, from Northern Ireland to Detroit, women are uniting against the violence that is taking away their loved ones.
April 1988 The Kids These Days: Robert Coles listens to the youth of the 80s.
March 1988 Faith and the Hopefuls: Garry Wills on religion and the campaign.
February 1988 The Most Trusted White Man in South Africa: An interview with Beyers Naude.
January 1988 Healing the Homeless in Washington, D.C.: The only home if its kind in the country, Christ House offers a healing welcome to the city's homeless and extends its circle of care to Washington's streets.
October 1987 Freedom and Peace in Poland: A first-hand report from the conference. In May of this year, representatives of Western peace movements met with Polish opposition activists in Warsaw for an illegal conference on human rights and the Cold War.
August-September 1987 Flames of War and Peace. Philip and Daniel Berrigan burn draft files that they and seven of their friends had just removed from the Catonsville, Maryland Selective Service office. Their action quickly became a landmark in the movement against the Vietnam War.
July 1987 Making a New Way in the Church: After generations of ministry behind the scenes, women are taking their place behind the pulpit and altar.
June 1987 A Rule of Life: Joan Chittister offers a spirituality for our times.
May 1987 The Selling of Star Wars. The plans to save the arms race. Defying the laws of physics: a scientist takes a stand.
April 1987 Women: Witnesses to the Resurrection. Reflections on Easter Faith.
March 1987 Apologist of Power: The long shadow of Reinhold Niebuhr's Christian realism. Children of War, Children of Hope. The Contra quagmire: secret wars and shady characters.
February 1987 Where East Meets West: U.S.-Soviet hostility is the great divide of our time. To make peace we must finally face this divide and reach across it.
January 1987 Obedience and Upheaval. Mark's call to discipleship: a new Bible study series. The pure wonder of young lives: spiritual growth in children.
December 1986 'Ain't I a Woman?' Sojourner Truth. A woman of faith and fire, remembered by Alice Walker, Catherine Meeks, Jacquelyn Grant, and Joyce Hollyday.
November 1986 Facing The Enemy: First of a series on resisting evil, by Walter Wink.
October 1986 America Foreclosed: The family farm as an institution and a way of life is facing extinction.
August-September 1986 A Bit Part in History. For four months Daniel Berrigan was in the jungles of South America for the filming of the Mission, a movie about Jesuit missionaries among the Indians. His on-location journal tells the story.
July 1986 Guilty of the Gospel. On May 1, eight of these church workers providing sanctuary to Central American refugees were judged to be criminals and a threat to society. Their work goes on.
June 1986 The Life of Faith: Reflections by Gordon Cosby.
May 1986 Empire: The Religion of America. The roots of Reaganism. New Right wolves and the evangelical flock. The liberal collapse.
December 1985 William Stringfellow: Keeper of the Word. The Letters of Thomas Merton. Sanctuary on Trial.
November 1985 Economics: Reclaiming our Values. The Heart of Community: A conversation with Jean Vanier.
October 1985 Contras, refugees, and private aid: Who benefits, who suffers? Witness for Peace held hostage. The hope and despair of Jeremiah: A Bible study. Healing Prayer.
August-September 1985 The Hiroshima Decision. The reign of terror. Apartheid at the movies. Henri Nouwen on Ecstasy.
July 1985 The Gift of Sexuality, by Richard J. Rohr. Bearing fruit in the Spirit, by Henri Nouwen. When the mind hears. Seeking the hidden face of Christ in Peru.
June 1985 The House of God: A home amid an anxious world. A series by Henri J.M. Nouwen.
May 1985 Vincent Harding on the Company of the Faithful. A Home for the Crushed and Lonely, by Jean Vanier.
April 1985 An Uprising of Hope: A conversation with Joan Chittister, Melina Roper, Rosemary Radfor Ruether, Luanne Schinzel, and Marjorie Tuite. Catholic women religious reshape the life of the church.
March 1985 Santuary. Crackdown on compassion. An interview with four indicted leaders. Welcoming the stranger. What Kind of Country? by Richard J. Barnet.
February 1985 Free South Africa. The witness of Desmond Tutu. Allan Boesak: Confronting the state. Walter Fauntroy on the growing U.S. campaign. Investment in apartheid.
January 1985 The Rise of Christian Conscience. A new movement is emerging in the churches that promises resistance and hope in the Reagan era.
December 1984 A.J. Muste: Pilgrim for peace through a century of wars.
September 1978 A Gospel Story from Argentina. Indochina: Sorting out the issues.
August 1978 Questions of Justice. The Bakke Decision. Shcharansky and Human Rights. David Truong's Sentence. Iran's Time of Trouble. The Rosenbergs Revisited. Tortured in Chile. Jesus on Death Row. A Theology of Prisons.
July 1978 How the gospel meets the world. Reflections on an old question by Melanie Morrison, Michael Foley and Charles Kinzie. The Great American Middle-Class Tax Revolt.
June 1978 Energy Choices. Repentance and Renewable Resources. Seabrook: The Growing Momentum
May 1978 Conversion: What does it mean to be saved? What Nurtures Us. True Hope and False Hope.
April 1978 A Korean Testimony: The life and witness of Kim Chi Ha. Anchored in God through Prayer. David Truong: Another Vietnamese Victim of the Powers.
March 1978 A Question of Survival: A Crisis of Faith. God and Mammon Part Two. Richard Barnet on the Nuclear Arms Race. Jim Cubie on the Perils of Nuclear Energy.
February 1978 Serving two masters. Mammon's iron thumb by Jim Wallis. Biblical teachings on wealth and poverty.
January 1978 The Christian President. Religion in Washington: To pray or to lobby. William Stringfellow, Warden of Block Island.
December 1977 Apocalypse: Part Two. Hope in the midst of darkness: Christmas 1977. Bethlehem, South Africa.
November 1977 Apocalypse: The Biblical Symbol for our Age. Hope and the Anti-Nuclear Movement.
October 1977 The United Farm Workers: Where Are They Headed? An Interview with Cesar Chavez. The Small Press Movement.
September 1977 Compassion and the Seven O'Clock News by Henri Nouwen. A Visit with Dom Helder Camara.
August 1977 The Theological Education of Will Campbell. What Do You Know By Heart? by Henri Nouwen. William Stringfellow on Seminaries. Who picks the Church's Leaders?
July 1977 The Message of Jesus: An introduction to the gospel
June 1977 Jacques Ellul: A special section on the appeal and threat of his thought.
March-April 1973 From the least to the greatest of them, every one is greedy for unjust gain; and from prophet to priest, every one deals falsely. They have healed the wound of my people lightly, saying peace, peace, when there is no peace.
Fall 1972 God is an American and Nixon is his prophet. The issue of 1972: 6 million victims.
Summer 1972 If you preach the gospel in all aspects with the exception of the issues which deal specifically with your time, you are not preaching the gospel at all -- Martin Luther King. Be not conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind.
Spring 1972 I hate, I despise your feasts, and I take no delight in your solemn assemblies. Let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an everlasting stream. I will send them prophets and messengers, some of whom they will persecute and kill.
Winter 1972 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has annointed me to preach good news to the poor. Blessed are those who make peace. One more death is one too many.