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Andy Olsen on the new math of world missions. ; Readers respond to the January/Febraury issue. ; Southern Seminary confronts past racism, North African movie memorializes Augustine. ; How the presentation of poll questions changes evolution-verses-creation answers. ; Asia Bibi exonerated, Philippine church bombing kills 20, and South Carolina foster ministry secures Protestants-only waiver. ; Ted Olson advocates religious liberty for all - not just other Christians. ; Jen Wilkin shares lessons leaned over a decade on Facebook. ; Derek Rishmawy sees the love of God displayed in Christ's suffering. ; A Thai church revival shows how real-time reporting is making global missions more ambitious and more effective. ; How The Bible Project is using video to get people to open up Scripture again. ; The truth of the gospel requires telling the whole story. ; Scholars, theologans, and philosophers used to work together. Why they need to do so again. ; Mark DeMoss worked with Christians organizations through highs and lows. But we're all tasked with representing Christ. ; Book reviews.

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Christianity Today: April 2019 / President and CEO Harold B. Smith : Counted Worthy.

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Andy Olsen on the new math of world missions. ; Readers respond to the January/Febraury issue. ; Southern Seminary confronts past racism, North African movie memorializes Augustine. ; How the presentation of poll questions changes evolution-verses-creation answers. ; Asia Bibi exonerated, Philippine church bombing kills 20, and South Carolina foster ministry secures Protestants-only waiver. ; Ted Olson advocates religious liberty for all - not just other Christians. ; Jen Wilkin shares lessons leaned over a decade on Facebook. ; Derek Rishmawy sees the love of God displayed in Christ's suffering. ; A Thai church revival shows how real-time reporting is making global missions more ambitious and more effective. ; How The Bible Project is using video to get people to open up Scripture again. ; The truth of the gospel requires telling the whole story. ; Scholars, theologans, and philosophers used to work together. Why they need to do so again. ; Mark DeMoss worked with Christians organizations through highs and lows. But we're all tasked with representing Christ. ; Book reviews.

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politics--election

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Books and reading.

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Race discrimination--Religious aspects--Christianity.

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