A theology and practice of radical discipleship must be about honest self-examination, as befits repentance, and clear-eyed assessments about our world, as required for resistance and reconstruction.
Ched Myers, Who Will Roll Away The Stone (1994)
-Links and Resources from BibleandEmpire.Net
–If Not Empire, What? A Survey of the Bible (Berry Friesen & John Stoner, 2014)
–A Lexicon of the work of William Stringfellow (by Bill Wylie-Kellermann)
-Articles by and about William Stringfellow
-Articles by Bill Wylie-Kellermann
-The Catholic Worker’s Allied Movements and Community Websites
-Speeches and sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
-Articles by and about Philip Berrigan
-Reflections from the Jonah House community of Baltimore, Maryland (various authors)
–Prayer & Politiks, an online journal from author & activist Ken Sehested
–“Out of the House of Slavery”: A Bible Study on Immigration (by Ken Sehested)
-The 7 Sustainability Practices of Portland’s Wilderness Way Community
–The Work Of The People, an independent ecumenical platform that produces and publishes multimedia to stir imagination, spark discussion and move people toward discovery and transformation.
-The Hospitality Newspaper of Atlanta’s Open Door Community
-The Catholic Agitator newspaper of the L.A. Catholic Worker
–Women In Theology, a blog committed to an anti-kyriarchal Christian ecumenical theological perspective by graduate students in theology
-Articles written by Rose Berger, journalist, author, public speaker, poet
-Articles written by Ched Myers
-Sign-up for Richard Rohr’s daily meditations sent to your email inbox. Rohr is the Director of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
-An overview of the 9 Enneagram Personality Types
-Daily quotes and meditations from Church of the Savior in Washington D.C.
–Jesus Radicals, a website committed to exploring the theologically practical politics of a Jesus-centered life
-Articles written by Mark Van Steenwyk, co-founder of the Mennonite Worker in Minneapolis, MN
–Conspire Magazine, celebrating creativity, connection, and faith amongst a growing network of subversive friends
–Geez Magazine, a bustling spot for the over-churched, out-churched, un-churched and maybe even the un-churchable
-Articles by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove of the Rutba House in Durham, NC
–Young Anabaptist Radicals, a blog maintained by a a loose affiliation of self-identified young Anabaptist radicals
–This Week In Peace & Social Justice History, a collection designed to help us appreciate the fact that we are part of a rich history advocating peace and social justice
–Common Dreams: Breaking News & Views For the Progressive Community
–Black Agenda Report
–Unbound, An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice that examines, expresses, and provokes social justice as inspired by the prophetic gospel of Jesus Christ
–DemocracyNow, a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
–Glenn Greenwald, a journalist, constitutional lawyer, and author of four New York Times best-selling books on politics and law
–The Great Divide, a New York Times series on inequality — the haves, the have-nots and everyone in between — in the United States and around the world, and its implications for economics, politics, society and culture.
–Harriet Speaks, an organization committed to bold, clear, and results-oriented actions, strategies, and communications for racial equity
-The blog of Carol Adams (focusing on eco-feminism, veganism and a spirituality of interconnectedness)