Taking Back the Name of God

Fellowship magazine's Winter 2022-23 issue explores the disturbing rise of Christian nationalism in the United States.

We are pleased that the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Fellowship — the oldest, continuously-published interfaith magazine in the U.S. (1918) — is now being published online for the first time through our partners at Waging Nonviolence. Fellowship is a spiritually-rooted peace journal, issued semiannually, that inspires and educates people concerned about global peace, freedom and justice. The print version will still be available of course and can be purchased here.

Our first Fellowship to be offered online is called “Taking Back the Name of God” and explores the disturbing rise of Christian nationalism in the United States. It is part of a new interfaith initiative that FOR is launching soon, “Reclaim the Name of God.” Every article in the print issue will be made available online over the next month. So stay tuned for more.



The battle for the Book
Muhammad Hatim

We become the stories we believe in
Tarunjit Singh Butalia


It Is All Without a Why
Kathy Czakaj

Bonnie Fernandes

The President and the Poet Come to the Negotiating Table
L.R. Berger


Race is always on the ballot
Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler

Book Reviews
Muhammad, the World Changer; Hope, But Demand Justice

Recommended Resources
Ethan Vesely-Flad

Ed Claflin

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