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"Christianity Today covers the spectrum of evangelicalism. It evaluates, describes fairly, and leads the reader to say what do I think about this?"
Scot McKnight

Scot McKnight

Professor in Religious Studies, North Park University

Christianity Today as Evangelicalism's "Big Tent"

Featuring Skye Jethani, Sara Groves, Scot McKnight, and Kara Powell

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Leon Shearer

July 05, 2011  10:37pm

I have been out of touch for the last few years, but I always appreciated honesty and open discussion. Recently, I reconnected online and I am not disappointed. As Christians, we have such a precious treasure in the gospel and we are desperate to engage culture authentically. Having open discussion, taking the time to listen to those who think differently and appreciating and respecting our differences is, in my judgment, extremely critical. We need the unity that can only be forged when we allow the Holy Spirit to be in control of the Church and we have to adjust our own agendas ad create time for this to happen. Our country and our world need us!

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Rev. Paula Quinones

July 05, 2011  9:44pm

I have been a follower of CT Today and I think it is really a big blessing, I read their articles and see everything they offer for the church to grow, for the believer to take the necessary steps in their lives to be real preachers of the gospel to take the Word of God everywhere they go. I think is a great magazine.

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Timi Wojcik

May 25, 2011  5:51pm

Awesome! I really see the value in this now. Thanks so much for sharing this!

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george bamfo

May 17, 2011  5:48am

thanks a lot i m so in need to be part of this.

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Jason Tatterson

March 25, 2011  1:13pm

If our faith cannot withstand scrutiny then how legitimate is it? We must be willing to run it through the filter of God's word and know that we can always learn a lot from others. Our denominational affiliation, and societies opinion cannot shape doctrine. This can only be done by the Holy Spirit and the word of God but to be effective in our mission we must be united by the centrality and headship of Christ and understand how the world perceives God and the church in this rapidly changing world. Thanks CT.

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