January 2012 Sojourners Magazine
America the Exceptional
What kind of nation are we called to be: arrogantly superior or humbly exemplary?
By Brian D. McLaren
All in the Family
What happens when several generations share one roof?
By Michaela Bruzzese
Indigenous and church leaders stand against open-pit mining.
By Denali DeGraf
Fifty years after Vatican II, will a new generation of lay Catholics lead prophetic change?
By Karen Sue Smith
The Way of Peace and Grace
How Paul wrestled with violent passages in the Hebrew Bible.
By Derek Flood
Forgive and Forget? Contrition vs. Healing
Reviews: War and the American Difference; Orange Alert; Fasting for Ramadan. Interview: civil rights leader Gardner C.Taylor.
By Brittany Shoot
Eyes & Ears: To Much Talk?
By Danny Duncan Collum
On Film: Anonymous and Margin Call
By Gareth Higgins
A Turning Point on Immigration?
A conference at Cedarville University shows new political boundary-crossing in the Christian college world.
By Lisa Sharon Harper
Grassroots on the Farm
Populism sprouts again among many family farmers.
By Peter Richard Oswald
In Pursuit of the Common Good
What does individualism have to do with Christianity? Not much.
By David P. Gushee
Hearts & Minds: Iraq: It's Finally Over--and It Was Wrong
By Jim Wallis
Bridges: When Faith is Attacked
By Eboo Patel
Global Engagement: Gratitude for the 'Better Men'
By Lynne Hybels
H'rumphs: Do Superheroes Get the Flu?
By Ed Spivey Jr.
| Violent Movie | Feel the Love? | First Things |
By Annie Deppe
Short Takes: Catherine Rowan
Interviewed by Elizabeth Palmberg
Living the Word: The Freedom to Choose Life
By Enuma Okoro