July 2012 Sojourners Magazine
Teach Your Children Well
Parenting for justice in a troubled world.
Breaking the Bubble Wrap
How do we nurture in children an incurable, chronic, and healing passion for justice?
By David M. Csinos and Brian D. McLaren
Plus: 'Croon her to sleep ...' by Anne Marie Roderick
Helping young spiritual lives grow, by Catherine Maresca
Is surveillance of churches and peace groups on the rise again?
By Seth Kershner
Changes in Attitude
A new, more civil conversation is emerging with gays and lesbians on evangelical campuses.
By Jeannie Choi
Plus: A university makes space, by Tim King
Stability vs. Mobility
Should Christians stay or should we go?
By Isaac S. Villegas and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
Beauty and Liberation: A tribute to artist Elizabeth Catlett
Reviews: Books on the tea party; Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices;
Interview: Cheryl Strayed; Excerpt: Song of a Scientist
Eyes & Ears: Evil Is as Evil Does
By Danny Duncan Collum
On Film: Screening Relevance
By Gareth Higgins
A 'Hostile Takeover' of Women Relisious
The Vatican attacks on Catholic sisters will sap the church's impact in the world.
By Joan Chittister, OSB
As the World Bank Turns
The Bank's new head has community-level anti-poverty expertise--and many challenges to face.
By Marie Dennis
Why Gas Is Too Cheap
What happens when a church tries to recognize the reas cost of fossil fuels?
By Bob Hulteen and Tom Witt
Hearts & Minds: The Politics of Aslan
By Jim Wallis
Bridges: What Makes for Sacred Ground?
By Eboo Patel
Global Engagement: Fighting the Real Enemy: Fear
By Lynne Hybels
The Hungry Spirit: The Mother of Mujerista Theology
By Rose Marie Berger
H'rumphs: Born to Pedal...
By Ed Spivey Jr.