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AMOS

A Matter of Spirit, known by its acronym, AMOS, is the quarterly justice journal of IPJC with analysis, theological reflection and actions. Our Governing Council selects four topics for the year, which are then turned over to our Editorial Board to determine articles and writers. 

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Back issues are available for most issues of AMOS. Call 206.223.1138 or e-mail ipjc@ipjc.org

Current Issue: Winter 2017 on "Creating a Just peace"
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2016-2017 topics
Winter 2017 pdf iconpodcast Creating a Just Peace
Fall 2016 pdf icon Transforming Fear for the Common Good
 
2015-2016 topics
Fall 2015 pdf iconpodcast Water (AMOS Fall 2015 footnotespdf)
Winter 2016 pdf iconpodcast Refugees (AMOS Winter 2016 footnotespdf)
Spring 2016 pdf iconpodcast Listen, Contemplate the Holy
Summer 2016 pdf icon podcast Creating a New Story
 
2014-2015 topics
Fall 2014 pdf iconpodcast Immigration & Refugees (AMOS Fall 2014 footnotespdf)
Winter 2015 pdf podcast Peacemaking and Nonviolence
Spring 2015 pdf podcast Racism (AMOS Spring 2015 footnotespdf)
Summer 2015 pdf podcast Women in the Church (AMOS Summer 2015 footnotespdf)
 
2013-2014 topics
Fall 2013 pdf icon podcast Education (AMOS Fall 2013 footnotespdf)
Winter 2014 pdf icon podcast Science & Faith (download "Contemplation 101" by Gretchen Gundrum, PhD from article on page 12)
Spring 2014 pdf icon Podcast Technology (AMOS Spring 2014 footnotespdf)
Summer 2014 pdf icon Podcast Climate Change (AMOS Summer 2014 footnotespdf)
 
2012-2013 topics
Fall 2012 pdf icon podcast Food Supply & Sustainability
Winter 2013 pdf icon Podcast The Commons
Spring 2013 pdf icon Podcast Emerging Economies
Summer 2013 pdf icon Podcast Disarmament
 
2011-2012 topics
Fall 2011 pdf icon podcast Reconciliation
Winter 2012pdf icon podcast Immigration
Spring 2012 pdf icon podcast Faithful Citizenship
Summer 2012 pdf icon Podcast Mystical/Prophetic
 
2010-2011 topics
Fall 2010 pdf icon Fall 2009 AMOS Dialogue & Public Discourse
Winter 2011 pdf icon Fall 2009 AMOS 20th Anniversary
Spring 2011 pdf iconFall 2009 AMOS Status of Women
Summer 2011 pdf icon Fall 2009 AMOS Culture/Diversity
 
2009-2010 topics
Fall 2009 PDF Fall 2009 Podcast Peacemaking and Nonviolence
Winter 2010 pdf icon Fall 2009 Podcast Poverty/Economic Justice
Spring 2010pdf iconFall 2009 Podcast Environmental Justice
Summer 2010 pdf icon Fall 2009 AMOS Human Trafficking
 
2008-2009 topics
Fall 2008 pdf pdf Spirituality and Money
Winter 2009 pdf pdf Refugees
Spring 2009 PDF PDF Podcast Button Water (link to full text of Water & Conflict article by Stephen Gasteyer)
Summer 2009 pdf pdf Economic Crisis
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2007-2008 topics
Fall 2007 pdf pdf Seeking Peace in the Middle East
Winter 2008 pdf pdf Food Sustainability
Spring 2008 pdf pdf Faithful Citizenship—Election Year 2008 (link to Policy & Politics Chart)
Summer 2008 pdf pdf Healthcare
   
2006-2007 topics
Fall 2006 pdf pdf Immigration click here for IPJC's immigration resources
Winter 2007pdf pdf Economies of War
Spring 2007 pdf pdf Human Rights: Children
Summer 2007 pdf pdf Seeking Common Ground—Religious & Political
   
2005-2006 topics
Fall 2005 pdf pdf Millennium Development Goals
Winter 2006 pdf pdf Effective Social Changers
Spring 2006 pdf pdf Engaging Impasse
Summer 2006 pdf pdf Culture of Fear
   
2004-2005 topics
Fall 2004 pdf pdf Faithful Citizenship
Winter 2005 pdf pdf Healthcare
Spring 2005 pdf pdf Alternative Energy
Summer 2005 Accountability (contact ipjc)
   
2003-2004 topics
Fall 2003 pdf pdf Human Trafficking
Winter 2004 Taxation & Economic Justice (contact ipjc)
Spring 2004 pdf pdf Water
Summer 2004 Reconciliation—Personal & Global (contact ipjc)

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