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The Lawyer, the Bible, and the Governor
How the Bible, a newspaper article, and simple biblical ethics put a Southern law professor at the cutting edge of a tax reform movement.
An interview with Susan Pace Hamill
Shrink, Shift, Shaft
Bush's tax policy is aimed at drastically reducing government services and moving the tax burden to poorer wage-earners. The result: a case of "trickle-down injustice."
by Chuck Collins
When global meets local, who wins?
by Vinoth Ramachandra
A Place in the Country
A broad grassroots movement seeks land, equity, and dignity in Brazil.
by Judy Coode
Regime Change in Haiti
The Bush Doctrine strikes again.
by Jim Rice
The difference that fair trade makes.
by Celeste Kennel-Shank
The War at Home
Why are churches silent about family violence?
by Linda Crockett
Hearts & Minds: Bring It On
by Jim Wallis
The Hungry Spirit: Out Where the Psalms Are Sung
by Rose Marie Berger
Macrowave: Click Here for Cupid
Online dating brings out what's awry with romance and relationship.
by David Batstone
H'rumphs: The Coming Spectacle
by Ed Spivey, Jr.
Man of the Decade
by Danny Duncan Collum
The Language of Truth
Musician Bruce Cockburn describes the real and the surreal in Baghdad.
An Interview with Bruce Cockburn
Bruce Cockburn Interview - Full Transcript
An interview with Bruce Cockburn
by Nontando Hadebe
Raise Your Spirit Higher
by Bethany Spicher
Toward the Livable City
by Molly Marsh
Mountains Beyond Mountains
New and Noteworthy
- Book: In A Dark Wood: Journeys of Faith and Doubt
- Audio: Betty's Diner: The Best of Carrie Newcomer
- Film: The War at Home
- Audio: A Celebration of Faith is His Name
by The Editors
Between the Lines
Clinical Clergy |
Coca-Cola or Clean Water? |
Hanging the Poor Out to Dry |
Where in the World is Mumbai? |
No More Auction Block |
Real Product - Divine Digits |
News Bites |
Living the Word: With Our Whole Lives
by Michaela Bruzzese
Poetry: Last Day
by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Who's Leaving Whom? |
The Church is Already Split |
Sitting Together at Table |