The world is changing. Recent events have caused many people to stop and wonder why things are happening the way that they are. Science, politics, sexuality—all are moving in different directions at a rapid pace, leaving the church to wonder how to regain its voice in a culture that continues to ignore or ridicule the gospel message. How do pastors and ministry leaders respond to this? Should we follow the dictates of the culture, close ranks and ignore what’s going on around us, or is there a better way forward? Is there a voice that can help us instead engage the world instead of abandoning or surrendering to it?
Over the past 60 years, Christianity Today has provided relevant and timely commentary on a host of issues in the Christian world. It has showcased a variety of pastors, scholars, and theologians who contributed articles, personal essays, and news items on issues that have affected Christians from a variety of backgrounds. Founded by Carl F.H. Henry, mentor to some of evangelicalism’s brightest lights, and Billy Graham, the world’s most well-known evangelist, Christianity Today continues to be the most popular and relevant news source for Christians in the twenty-first century.
Relevant voices for the digital age
We are excited to announce that Christianity Today is now available for pre-order in Logos Bible Software! Containing 10 years of content, this collection offers over 100 issues covering the years 2006 through 2015. Theologians and scholars such as Mark Dever, Tim Keller, Chuck Colson, Mark Noll, Tremper Longman III, and N.T. Wright provide commentary on a host of issues that are relevant to the church today, including the doctrine of the atonement, the definition of heresy, the relationship of the Old and New Testaments, and more.
Besides essays on theology and church issues, Christianity Today also provides insights into unique events over the past 10 years that are just as relevant today. Whether it is coverage of the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, the religious response to the presidential elections of 2008 and 2012, or commentary on the early years of the “Young, Restless, and Reformed” movement, Christianity Today offers perspectives on historic developments in the church and in the world that are significant for today.
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For a limited time, we are also offering a free one-year print and/or digital subscription to Christianity Today for every successful pre-order that is processed once the product ships. That means that you’ll get an amazing discount on the collection and a free gift! However, the free gift offer expires on 5/31, so be sure to place your order today!
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