Bono, U2's lead singer, has spent the last several years urging Christians to support the human rights causes. While the Irishman has been eager not to call himself a Christian (he says he’d “like to be” one), he nevertheless became for many Christians a symbol of integrating art, faith, and global engagement.
Bono’s American Prayer
“The world’s biggest rock star tours the heartland, talking more openly about his faith as he recruits Christians in the fight against AIDS in Africa.”
Bono: Grace over Karma
'No Line on the Horizon' Is No Radical Reinvention of U2 (Hooray!)
What's so great (and what's not) about the band's new album.
- Bono’s Punk-Rock Rebellion Was a Cry of Hopeful LamentGrief and God have been part of U2’s story from the start.Mike Cosper|españolPortuguêsFrançais
- The Bulletin Episode 9|55minOne on One with BonoMike Cosper interviewed the U2 frontman for December’s cover story. Here’s the whole conversation.
- The Bono Interview: Plaudits and ProblemsResponses to our December issue.
- Six Surprises from Bono's Interview with Focus on the FamilyJim Daly and singer-activist discuss Jesus as Messiah, evangelical credit for PEPFAR, and how C.S. Lewis may inspire the next U2 song...Jeremy Weber|
- Bono's Thin EcclesiologyAny person can stand outside the church and critique its obedience to the gospelChristianity Today Editorial|
- Calvin College on U2College class on U2 explores religious influence of a rock band.By Charles Honey, Religion News Service|
- A rebeldia punk rock de Bono foi um grito de esperançoso lamentoA dor e Deus sempre foram parte da história do U2, desde o início.Mike Cosper|EnglishespañolFrançais
- Saved by U2 and an Audible VoiceGod wasn’t on my to-do list. He showed up anyway.Travis Reed|