Dialogue: Good Samaritans in a World Economy by Douglas A. Hicks and Mark Valeri A Christian vision of neighborly obligation is more important than ever. Faith in the Face of Abuse by Nancy E. Nienhuis Religious leaders need to be helpful to victims of domestic violence. Obama's High Wire by Matthew Weiner and Varun Soni Barack Obama's interfaith approach to public religion holds risk and opportunity. An Uncomfortable Mormon by Taylor Petrey Recent events have countered the hope that anti-Mormonism in American culture was thawing.
Featured: Disobedient Ancestors by D. Y. Béchard Québec's priests, tricksters, and 'runners-of-the-woods' as seen through one family's history. Life in a Godless Place by Nicolas Langelier New religious immigrants are challenging the resolute secularism of Québec. Listening to the Small Voice by Elizabeth J. A. Siwo-Okundi With rising numbers of orphans worldwide, it is time to develop a theology that places their concerns at the center. When Child Soldiers Become Filmmakers by Kurt Shaw The frontlines of the Colombian civil war may seem an unlikely place for children to reflect on ethics, but with cameras in hand, they reveal a world where evil has become normal. O Thou Mastering Light by Christian Wiman For the believer, spiritual innocence remains the only condition in which intellectual truth can occur, and wonder is the precondition for all wisdom.