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Inside CT: Carl Henry's DreamSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals are gaining respect among mainstream journalists, and that would have pleased Carl Henry.
A Theoblogical RevolutionSubscriber Access Only
Billy Graham's vision goes from print to online, then back again.
Inside CT: The IV ConnectionSubscriber Access Only
InterVarsity campus work hits home at Christianity Today
The Marks and Misses of a MagazineSubscriber Access Only
'After all, Christianity Today is only a magazine.'
The Carl Henry that Might Have BeenSubscriber Access Only
Carl Henry will be remembered as someone who, in a confusing age, held forth the solid middle of a faith that fortifies the whole human person against the fraying ends of irrationalism and superstition.
Carl F.H. Henry, Theologian and First Editor of Christianity Today, Dies at 90Subscriber Access Only
Thinker helped to shape many evangelical institutions and efforts, from higher education to ecumenism
Getting the TNIV Debate StraightSubscriber Access Only
Our policy against negative ads doesn't mean we're cutting off discussion
Standing Firm, Moving ForwardSubscriber Access Only
CT founder Billy Graham charts the course for evangelicalism's future.
1996 Christianity Today Book AwardsSubscriber Access Only
Well-Swilled and Stinking No MoreSubscriber Access Only
Back from BulgariaSubscriber Access Only
Electric FellowshipSubscriber Access Only
Talking 'Bout a GenerationSubscriber Access Only
Listening to the CriticsSubscriber Access Only
Editor's Note: January 17, 1986Subscriber Access Only
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Bible Translation Is Preserving Endangered Languages
Bible Translation Projects Are Preserving Endangered Languages
While the world loses a language every 40 days, translation efforts bring new life to threatened tongues.
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