Christianity Today magazine is an evangelical Christian periodical that was founded in and is based in Carol Stream, Illinois. The Washington Post calls Christianity Today, "evangelicalism's flagship magazine";  The New York Times describes it as a "mainstream evangelical magazine". Christianity Today magazine has a print circulation of approximately , of which approximately 36, is free, and readership of ,  as well as a website at ChristianityToday. The first issue of Christianity Christianity today online was mailed October 15,and the opening editorial, Why 'Christianity Today'?
Neglected, slighted, misrepresented—evangelical Christianity Christianity today online a clear voice, to speak with conviction and love, and to state its true position and its relevance to the world crisis. A generation has grown up unaware of the basic truths of the Christian faith taught in the Scriptures and expressed in the creeds of the historic evangelical churches. Its first editor was Carl F. Notable contributors in its first two decades included F.
Lindsell succeeded Henry as editor and during his editorial administration much attention centered on debates about biblical inerrancy. The current editor is Mark Galliand the publication now includes print, online, and various ancillary products. Andy Olsen is managing editor of the print edition, and Richard Clark is managing editor of online journalism.
Contents of print and online include feature stories, news ranging from cultural issues from a Christian viewpoint to the global church, opinion, reviews, and investigative reporting.
Harold Myrawho became president and chief executive of the magazine inbelieved that a "family" of magazines would disperse overhead expenses and give more stability to the organization.
Anything which would drain off energies from the prime task was unthinkable. InChristianity Today International published 12 magazines,  but Christianity today online the financial downturn of it was forced to shutter several publications.
The first "sister publication" added to the Christianity Today publishing group was Leadership: A Practical Journal for Church Leaderslaunched in The subtitle clearly defined the journal's mission: The first issue of Leadership sold out its initial press run of 50, copies, and the publication was in the black after a single issue. After volume 37, issue 1 winterChristianity Today discontinued the print publication, replacing it with expanded content in Christianity Today for pastors and church leaders and occasional print Christianity today online, as well as a new website, CTPastors.
InChristianity Today purchased the magazine Campus Life, Christianity today online at a high school audience, from its parent organization, Youth For Christ. The name of the magazine was changed to Ignite Your Faith in It ceased publication in Partnership was launched in  as a magazine for wives of clergy.
The magazine ceased publication in Christian History was a journal of the history of Christianity, first issued in January by the Christian History Institute. Each issue had multiple articles covering a single theme. Initially published Christianity today online, it became a quarterly publication. Christianity Today took over ownership of the magazine beginning with issue number 22 in ; it was later discontinued after Christianity today online publication of issue 99 in In the Christian History Institute resumed quarterly publication of the magazine.
Christian History archives can still be found on ChristianityToday. Virtue, a magazine for Christian women, was founded in Christianity today online Parenting Today originally titled Christian Parenting was founded in Men of Integrity is a bi-monthly magazine for Christian men published by Christianity Today.
It was created in in partnership with the evangelical men's organization Promise Keepers. The magazine's mission statement is to "provide evangelical thought leaders a sense of community, coherence, and direction through thoughtful, biblical commentary on issues and through careful, caring reporting of the Christianity today online.
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It was originally named ChristianityOnline. At the ministry's web home, ChristianityToday.
Additional web resources include Men of Integrity and Preaching Today. Many of the brands published online under the Christianity Today banner are the online legacies of former print publications.
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