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Contributing Editors Andrea Palpant Dilley, Ed Stetzer, Kelli Trujillo, Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

Editors at Large Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Katelyn Beaty, Edward Gilbreath, Stan Guthrie, Collin Hansen, John W. Kennedy, Douglas LeBlanc, Michael G. Maudlin, Susan Mettes, Rob Moll, Mark Moring, Tim Stafford, Madison Trammel, John Wilson, Philip Yancey

Editorial Board Darrell L. Bock, Leslie Leyland Fields, Timothy F. George, Christopher A. Hall, Megan Hill, Wesley Hill, Gabe Lyons, Scot McKnight, James I. Packer, Amy L. Sherman, John Stackhouse Jr., Rachel Marie Stone

Founder Billy Graham 1956

Lead Editors
Carl F. H. Henry 1956–68
L. Nelson Bell 1956–73
Harold Lindsell 1968–78
Kenneth S. Kantzer 1978–82
V. Gilbert Beers 1982–85
George K. Brushaber 1985–90
Terry C. Muck 1985–90
David Neff 1993–2012

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Chairman Eugene B. Habecker

President & CEO Harold B. Smith

Thomas Addington, Miriam Adeney, Claude Alexander, David Bere, Sandra C. Gray, Tami Heim, Alec Hill, Darryl L. King, Michael Lindsay, Samuel Rodriguez, Harold B. Smith, John M. Sommerville, Annie Tsai

Honorary Chairman Billy Graham

Christmas and Cricket: Finding Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles
Christmas and Cricket: Rediscovering Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles After 70 Years
“A Christmas Sermon for Pagans” is quintessential Lewis at the height of his renown. “Cricketer’s Progress” is more of a mystery.
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