One of the nation's oldest continuously published social justice magazines ceased publication Jan. 1, falling to the same social and economic forces that have decimated other non-profit organizations and periodicals in recent years.
John Helmiere was severely beaten by Seattle police while demonstrating peacefully with Occupy West Coast at the Port of Seattle. Despite his experience, he urges Christians to practice love and non-violence.
A majority of the more than 200 faith-based lobbying groups in Washington, DC, today are related to conservative or evangelical organizations, according to a new study by the Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life.
Church World Service executive Rev. John McCullough urges the Obama Administration to make good on past U.S. promises regarding funding and support for climate change responses in developing countries.
Not everyone holds history in high regard, and even those who do express deep concern that nations and governments do not seem to learn from it. Yet history holds four profound lessons that are urgent for us today, writes columnist Thomas Lane Butts.
We who Occupy don’t have a “clear message,” because we are the clear message. We’re the canary in the coal mine. We’re the first responders to the American economy blowing up, to the tragic break in the system.
Christians, Muslims and Jews across the country plan vigils for Nov. 20 to pray for the members of the congressional "super committee" to create a federal budget that protects the nation's most vulnerable citizens.
Activists led by environmentalist Bill McKibben, including people of faith, succeeded in convincing President Obama to halt a license for the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline by sending it back to the U.S. State Department for a more thorough climate change review.
The world is rapidly changing. And as surely as one day follows the next, Christian theology, as it always has (slavery, anyone?), will change right along with it. As our world grows smaller, our Christianity will grow larger, broader, more inclusive.
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