July 2013 Sojourners Magazine
Drones for Christ
How the world's largest Christian university became an evangelist for drone warfare.
By David Swanson
Hellfire from Above
Obama, technology, and the myth of redemptive violence.
By Steve Holt
Peering in the Dark Corners
Jeremy Scahill shines a light on U.S. covert wars.
By Catherine Woodiwiss
A Holy Land Without Christians
The decline of Christianity in the Middle East.
By Gregg Brekke
Waiting on God
From oasis to desert and back again: a spiritual journey.
By Linda Kaufman
A 'Redeemable Revolution'
An interview with Sen. Ehab El Kharrat, a Christian in Egypt's Parliament, on why he sees his country as a "work in progress."
Can we Lean In to more equality?
Reviews: The sacredness of Human Life; Does Jesus Really Love Me?; Anonymity
Eyes & Ears
By Danny Duncan Collum
By Gareth Higgins
Seeking Nonviolent Solutions in Syria
Working with the U.N. for a negotiated settlement has a greater chance of success than military involvement.
By David Cortright
My Pilgrimage with Warehouse Workers
Immigration reform must include protection of workers' rights.
By Helene Slessarev-Jamir
Recognizing 'Christian Privilege'
How the dominance of Christianity affects interfaith relations.
By Rabbi Seth Goren
Hearts & Minds: Overcoming Violent Fundamentalism
By Jim Wallis
Deep Economy: Turning Up the Heat
By Bill McKibben
Grain of Salt: Our Dolls, Our Selves
By Jim Rice
Moving Mountains:A Passing of the Baton
By Lisa Sharon Harper
H'rumphs: "Only Fools Rush In..."
By Ed Spivey Jr.
Letters: | Smart and Sustainable | Conspiracies of Hope | God and the Holy Father | The Art of Interpretation |
Poetry: Hell's Belly
By Gene Fox
Short Takes: Five Questions for Susan Burton
By Dawn Araujo
Living the Word: Soaking in the Word of God
By Martin L. Smith