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Melbourne, Australia
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Cumming, GA, USA
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    Christianity Today's global reporting has a Biblical foundation that helps us have the critical discussions we need as individuals and churches about our modern actions and practices.

    Samnang Tep
    Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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    Being an Arab Christian living in the Middle East, CT is a good gauge for me that gives me a sense of where the evangelical world in the U.S. is in its thinking, what issues they are wrestling with, and how we can contribute to the conversation.

    Martin Accad
    Mansourieh El Metn, Lebanon
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    Christianity Today is an excellent magazine that reports what is happening among the churches outside the US, especially the majority world. It could just as well be called Global Christianity Today. I’ve learned a lot about the church in places like China from CT.

    Mike Bird
    Melbourne, Australia
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    One of the first things you realize when you travel overseas is that you have enormous blind spots. Christianity Today provides a more global perspective so that we in the church can understand what it's like to live as a Christian in different parts of the world.

    Sara Groves
    Minneapolis, MN, USA
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    Christianity Today gave me a much wider perspective on the church than you could get from any other religious tradition.

    Shane Pike
    Cumming, GA, USA
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