Case by case
Around 3:30, an SUV bearing the local TV station's logo pulled up. Thomas wondered how they knew about the service project.
Disaffected and disenchanted
Some Americans see themselves as isolated individuals struggling in a forbidding environment. Institutions do things to them, not for or with them.
It’s time to divest from the oil industry
As generations of coaches have delighted in pointing out, defense wins games. But we’re very far behind in the global warming game.
Young pipeline resisters come to worship
Four Tar Sands Blockade young people showed up at church one Sunday. They were hungry for fellowship and encouragement—and just hungry.
God in a world explained by science
We might still pray for rain, but we can account for thunder without invoking bowling gods. Is there still a place for God?
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