Span Dates: 1996-2005
Volume: Online magazine
The Whosoever website includes an on-line archives of past issues dating back to the magazine's founding in 1996. The collection is arranged chronologically. There is also an author index and Google search across the website as of January 2005.
Whosoever was founded as a bi-monthly print magazine in 1996, but to avoid the costs of printing, the magazine went online in the March/April 1997 issue. Candace Chellew-Hodge founded the magazine after despairing over the scarcity of resources for GLBT Christinas and the continued condemnation of the GLBT community by other Christian publications.
Featuring interviews with such community leaders as Bishop John Shelby Spong, John J. McNeil, Philip Yancey and others, Whoseever provides unique insights into GLBT spirituality. The magazine explores many topics of fiath from the GLBT perspective including grace, spiritual self-defense, lobing one's enemeies and living a life of integrity.
Whosoever is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and is wholly supported by its readers and contributors.
This is an online archives. Follow the link from "There's more! Search eight years of issues."
McNeill, John J.,
Christianity -- United States,
Clergy -- Political Activity,
Gay Clergy -- United States,
Gay liberation movement -- Religious aspects,
Gays -- Religious Life,
Lesbianism -- Religious aspects,
Lesbians -- Religious life,
Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,