About the Adventist Review

Thank you for visiting the Adventist Review, the web site of the Adventist Review magazine. In print for more than 170 years, the Adventist Review is the flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Founded by James and Ellen White in 1849, the magazine is one of the oldest religious publications in North America. The Review is published weekly and has a paid circulation of nearly 30,000.

The Online Edition features selected articles and news from the magazine and also offers some web-only features. You can also subscribe online. In this area, we'll introduce you to our history, mission, and purpose. You'll also meet our staff and learn how you can become a Review author. Below you'll find a brief description of the corresponding sections.

Our Roots and Mission. Read about the magazine's history and mission in this story by former editor William G. Johnsson.

Meet the Review Staff. Get up close and personal. In these biographical profiles, the editorial staff shares about dreams and desires.

Writer's Guide. If you would like to submit an article to the Review be sure to read the writer's guidelines. They will explain the types of articles the Review is looking for.