Category: Spring 2005

Reclaiming the Rainbow

Daria Donnelly took children’s literature very seriously, in her book reviews and in her passionate conversations with adults and young people alike. By Wendy McDowell

A Trip Worth Taking

Teaching a course called “Faith, Politics, and Society” at Harvard is like asking for lightning to strike. But there are clear rewards. By Jim Wallis

The Risk of Beginning Again

We believe that this publication can be a broadly accessible—and broadly participated in—forum on questions of worldwide, ecumenical concern. By Will Joyner

Are You There, God?

What does it mean both to a writer of children’s books, and to her readers, that she has consciously, deliberately chosen to live out her life as a person of faith? By Katherine Paterson