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Jim Wallis is an evangelical Christian preacher, public intellectual and editor of Sojourners magazine.

Jim Wallis on Religion, Politics and the Common Good

Jim Wallis is an evangelical Christian preacher, public intellectual and editor of Sojourners magazine.

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