Dr. Laura Stivers is a Professor of Social Ethics at Dominican University of California. She has degrees from the Graduate Theological Union, Pacific School of Religion, and Saint Olaf College. She is the author of Disrupting Homelessness: Alternative Christian Approaches; co-author of two case study books – Earth Ethics: A Case Method Approach and Christian Ethics: A Case Method Approach; and co-editor of Justice in a Global Economy: Strategies for Home, Community, and World.
Review: We Carry the Fire: Family and Citizenship as Spiritual Calling by Richard A. Hoehn
October/November 2021: The Ethics of Pan-Lutheran Dialogue (Volume 21 Issue 6)
 Richard Hoehn, in his book We Carry the Fire, is arguing for a transformative spirituality in which people are called to go beyond themselves – to carry the “breath of fire” – to be in solidarity with the poor (and the earth) in their struggle for freedom from unjust systems and structures. He is […]