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Sojourners Magazine

Sojourners Magazine, a monthly publication of the Christian social justice organization Sojourners, was first published in 1971 under the original title of The Post-American. The offices of the magazine are in Washington D.C. and the ISSN of the publication is 0364-2097. The founding editor-in-chief is Jim Wallis, author of God's Politics and other titles that blend both political and spiritual commentary, and the current editor is Jim Rice. The magazine publishes editorials and articles on Christian life, the Church and the world, Christianity and politics, and the Church and social issues. Articles frequently feature coverage of fair trade, interfaith dialog, and poverty aid.

The mission of the publication is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world.
The magazine was originally published every other month, but since January 2004 is published 11 times per year, with a single issue published for September and October.

The Sojourners Archive is maintained by Wheaton College in its Archives and Special Collections. Collected materials include magazine issues, correspondence, original manuscripts, administrative papers; as well as information on the Sojourners Community, Jim Wallis, and other communities and organizations affiliated with the publisher. Contributing editors include Richard Rohr, Daniel Berrigan, and Cornel West.

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