Christianity Today Wins 11 Awards

Evangelical Press Association announces journalism awards at annual conference

The Evangelical Press Association (EPA) announced the winners of its annual journalism contest at a May 2-4 conference in Colorado Springs. More than 300 publications, 10 from Christianity Today International, are members of the EPA. The EPA designates two kinds of awards: "Awards of Excellence" for a magazine as a whole, and "Higher Goals" awards for issues, articles, columns, design, and other categories. The organization honored Christianity Today with 11 awards this year, including an award of merit in the general category for magazines. The winners are listed below.

Biblical exposition, First Place
Nothing But the Blood
More and more evangelicals believe Christ's atoning death is merely a grotesque creation of the medieval imagination. Really? (Mark Dever, May 1, 2006)

Editorial, Second Place
A Faith Tailored Just for You
The hoopla over the Gospel of Judas is both absurd and revealing.
A Christianity Today editorial (June 1, 2006)

Reporting, Fourth Place
Deliver Us from Kony
Why the children of Uganda are killing one another in the name of the Lord. (J. Carter Johnson in Kitgum, Uganda, January 1, 2006)

Standing column, First Place
"Taste and See" by Agnieszka Tennant

2006 columns include:

Dating Jesus | When 'lover of my soul' language goes too far. (December 6, 2006)
To Russia with Fury | Sometimes charity means anger. (October 9, 2006)
What (Not All) Women Want | The finicky femininity of Captivating by John and Stasi Eldredge. (Aug. 10, 2006)
A Velveteen Apologetic | How two creatures dig a rabbit hole in my disbelief. (April 10, 2006)
What Would Jesus Buy? | Saving the world one cashmere sweater at a time. (Jan. 31, 2006)

Single-theme section/issue, First PlaceEvangelicals How we've moved from cultural curiosities to ...

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