January 13, 2009 / Perspective
This interview explores the themes of the book “Subverting Global Myths,” by Vinoth Ramachandra, which investigates modern narratives of terrorism, human rights, science, and religious violence.
By considering change, we find ourselves back at the feet of pastors, theologians, ethicists, and poets. This issue explores the ways in which we need to rethink the role of church, the role of our faith, and the role of social action in our daily lives, in our communities, and in the collective life of democratic nation. Issue #13 wrestles with the primary issues of the 2008 election. More importantly, however, we examine how change is conceived and implemented both within and outside of the current political landscape.