Issue: November 2017
We preach compassion for girls who endure abuse and trauma, but what about when those same girls commit crimes?
A resurgence of Indigenous identity and activism invites repentance and response from the descendants of European settlers--including Christians.
We must have confidence that we can achieve a nuclear-free world.
Waltrina Middleton has found a way to harness the power of pain.
The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and the Making of an American Life, by Lauren Markham. Crown.
When the English Fall: A Novel, by David Williams. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill.
Intercultural Ministry: Hope for a Changing World, Edited by Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Jann Aldredge-Clanton. Judson Press.
The way to deal with the legacy of slavery and the Confederacy is not to honor it or to erase it, but to fully and honestly recognize it.
Steven Soderbergh hits the mark between red-blue reconciliation and comedy.
What is our responsibility to girls and young women who suffer abuse, lash out, and wind up in prison?
A scholar and a recent Netflix comedy both tackle the question.
We need to learn from the evil of U.S. slavery and the lie of racial superiority that is still with us.