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Articles from Sojourners Magazine (September 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A harsh and dreadful love. Dykstra, Laurel A. 1692
A new moment dawning. Wallis, Jim 1020
A problem of riches: how the growing gap between the very wealthy and everyone else is destroying our society from within. Collins, Chuck 2186
A responsibility to care: Mike Huckabee talks about children, poverty, and the hardcore "infiltration" of the Republican party. Wallis, Jim Interview 1986
A separate and unequal system. Brief article 213
Changing our minds: ending poverty begins with fresh thinking. Lappe, Frances Moore Essay 1488
Cult, culture, and cultivation. Collum, Danny Duncan Essay 698
Don't speak for me. Clark, Lisa Letter to the editor 251
Growing pains: keeping fair trade fair. Kupfer, Patty 795
Hard to swallow. Brief article 85
Houses of hospitality. Riegle, Rosalie Book review 487
Inside story. 263
Let the games begin [wheeze]. Spivey, Ed., Jr. Essay 814
Life-changing experience: what gets young evangelicals mobilized for advocacy? Graham, Aaron 775
Many mansions: engaging with people of other faiths is increasingly important in our multireligious world, and theological schools and seminaries are taking note--inside and outside the classroom. Rossi, Holly Lebowitz 1674
Misfire? Tillinger, Richard Letter to the editor 288
Pledging allegiance. Winner, Lauren F. Book review 937
Police raid Christian organizations. Brief article 181
Practicing peace. Excerpt 678
Praise. John, Chandy C. Poem 204
Quaker program reduces recidivism. Brief article 247
Sustained by faith. Brief article 106
Talking for change: student activists are finding that sometimes conversation, not confrontation, is the way to make a difference. MacIvor-Andersen, Josh 1944
Teaching pluralism. Brief article 248
The right thing to do: John Edwards explains why poverty is "a great moral issue that we can do something about.". Wallis, Jim Interview 2014
The time is near. Brief article 92
Vote out poverty. Denlinger, Elizabeth 683
Why bother? Kathleen Norris explores how an ancient concept of spiritual malaise speaks to us today. Polter, Julie Interview 1102

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