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Christian Today

Not to be confused with Christianity Today.

TypeDaily Christian newspaper
FormatOnline
Owner(s)Christian Today Limited
PublisherAndrew Clark
Founded2000
HeadquartersLondon, England
Websitechristiantoday.com
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Christian Today is a non-denominational Christian[1] news company with its international headquarters in London, England.[2]

The website was established in 2000 to report on news in the global church and current affairs from a Christian perspective. A Braille version under the title of the Christian Today Digest is produced for the blind in partnership with Torch Trust.

The newspaper was awarded Best Christian News and Reviews Site in 2007 and 2008 at the Premier Christian's Blog and Web Awards held in London, UK.[3]

In addition to providing regular news updates to the Christian community, Christian Today has provided press and IT support to Christian initiatives and organisations, including Micah Challenge, the Global Day of Prayer, and the World Evangelical Alliance.

The publication regularly contributes as a media commentator and analyst on local, national, and international levels, including BBC Television, BBC Radio, Channel 4, and Sky News.

Christian Today is edited by Xia-Maria Mackay.

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    Christianity Today has had a profound impact on the Brazilian church. Being the editor of Cristianismo Hoje (the Brazilian version of CT), I was able to witness how its ministry was relevant and respected by prominent church leaders in Brazil. CT's hopeful stories initiated questions that were part of the key issues discussed in this part of the Global South.

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Christianity Today

Not to be confused with Christian Today.

Christianity Today magazine is an evangelicalChristianperiodical founded in 1956 by Billy Graham. It is published by Christianity Today International based in Carol Stream, Illinois. The Washington Post calls Christianity Today, "evangelicalism's flagship magazine".[3]The New York Times describes it as a "mainstream evangelical magazine".[4]

Christianity Today magazine has a print circulation of approximately 130,000, of which approximately 36,000 is free, and readership of 260,000,[2] as well as a website at ChristianityToday.com. The founder, Billy Graham, stated that he wanted to "plant the evangelical flag in the middle of the road, taking the conservative theological position but a definite liberal approach to social problems".[5]

Graham began the magazine as counterpoint to The Christian Century, the predominant independent periodical of mainlineProtestantism, and as a way to bring the evangelical Christian community together.[5][6]

Theologically and politically, the magazine has been described by Donald Trump as "far-left" but most critics label it as a mainstream, intellectual, centrist evangelical publication for leaders.[7]

History[edit]

The first issue of Christianity Today was mailed October 15, 1956 and the opening editorial, Why 'Christianity Today'?,[8] stated "Christianity Today has its origin in a deep-felt desire to express historical Christianity to the present generation. Neglected, slighted, misrepresented—evangelical Christianity needs 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. H. Henry. Notable contributors in its first two decades included F. F. Bruce, Edward John Carnell, Frank Gaebelein, Walter Martin, John Warwick Montgomery, and Harold Lindsell. Lindsell succeeded Henry as editor and during his editorial administration much attention centered on debates about biblical inerrancy. Later editorial leadership came from Kenneth Kantzer, Terry Muck, and David Neff. The most recent editor in chief was Mark Galli, who retired on January 3, 2020. His replacement as editor in chief is Daniel M. Harrell.[1] Andy Olsen is managing editor of the print edition and Andrea Palpant Dilley is managing editor of online journalism. The publication now includes print and online versions and various ancillary products. Print and online contents include feature stories, news ranging from cultural issues from a Christian viewpoint to the global church, opinion, reviews, and investigative reporting.

In Billy Graham's 1997 autobiography, Just As I Am, he writes of his vision, idea, and history with Christianity Today[9] and his early meeting with oil company executive, John Howard Pew, to establish the publication.[10]

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During federal governmental impeachment inquiries since the founding of Christianity Today, each contemporaneous editor of the publication has expressed a viewpoint of the civic situation in an editorial.

On June 7, 1974, in an editorial entitled, "Should Nixon Resign?", published during the impeachment hearings of President Richard Nixon, Christianity Today did not call for his resignation, instead it stated "that the constitutional process should be followed, and followed with dispatch. Either Richard Nixon should be removed from office by the Senate or he should be acquitted. If he is acquitted, the nation will have to wait out the term of a President whose ability to function has been seriously eroded."[11]

On October 5, 1998, regarding the imminent Impeachment of President Bill Clinton, Christianity Today stated in an editorial that "Unsavory dealings and immoral acts by the President and those close to him have rendered this administration morally unable to lead."[12]

On December 19, 2019, a day after the U.S. House of Representativesimpeached President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress,[13][14]Christianity Today published an editorial by Editor in Chief Mark Galli, entitled "Trump Should Be Removed from Office."[14][15] It asserted among other criticisms that he "attempted to use his political power to coerce a foreign leader to harass and discredit one of the president's political opponents. That is not only a violation of the Constitution; more importantly, it is profoundly immoral."[14]

Other magazines published by Christianity Today[edit]

Harold Myra, who became president and chief executive of the magazine in 1975, believed that a "family" of magazines would disperse overhead expenses and give more stability to the organization.[16] At the same time, he rejected expansion simply for expansion's sake, writing: "our main concern was to make Christianity Today, the flagship publication, fully effective in three basic areas: editorial, circulation, advertising. Anything which would drain off energies from the prime task was unthinkable."[17] Christianity Today founded or acquired periodicals during the 1980s and 1990s, beginning with Leadership, a quarterly journal for clergy, in 1980. In 2005, Christianity Today International published 12 magazines,[18] but following the financial downturn of 2008 it was forced to shutter several publications.[19] By 2017 that had further diminished to three.[20]

Leadership Journal (1980–2016)[edit]

The first "sister publication" added to the Christianity Today publishing group was Leadership: A Practical Journal for Church Leaders, launched in 1980. The subtitle clearly defined the journal's mission: it was a quarterly publication, aimed primarily at clergy and focusing on the practical concerns of ministry and church leadership. The first issue of Leadership sold out its initial press run of 50,000 copies and the publication was in the black after a single issue.[21] The journal continued in print for 36 years. After volume 37, issue 1 (winter 2016), Christianity Today discontinued the print publication, replacing it with expanded content in Christianity Today for pastors and church leaders and occasional print supplements, as well as a new website, CTPastors.com.[22]

Campus Life/Ignite Your Faith (1982–2009)[edit]

Main article: Ignite Your Faith

In 1982, Christianity Today purchased the magazine Campus Life, aimed at a high school audience, from its parent organization, Youth For Christ. The name of the magazine was changed to Ignite Your Faith in 2006. It ceased publication in 2009.

Partnership/Marriage Partnership (1984–2009)[edit]

Partnership was launched in 1984[23] as a magazine for wives of clergy.[16] In 1987[23] it was renamed Marriage Partnership and expanded its focus to marriage in general, not just clergy marriages. The magazine ceased publication in 2009.

Today's Christian Woman (1985–2009)[edit]

Today's Christian Woman was founded in 1978 and acquired by Christianity Today from the Fleming H. Revell Co. in 1985.[24] It discontinued print publication in 2009 and was replaced with a "digizine" entitled Kyria, which was online only, but still required a paid subscription to access, although at a lower price than the print magazine.[25] In 2012 the name of the digital publication was changed back to Today's Christian Woman, and in 2016 it stopped being issued as a regularly scheduled digital periodical.[26]

Christian History (1989–2008)[edit]

Main article: Christian History

Christian History was a journal of the history of Christianity, first issued in January 1982 by the Christian History Institute. Each issue had multiple articles covering a single theme. Initially published annually, it became a quarterly publication. Christianity Today took over ownership of the magazine beginning with issue 22 in 1989. It was discontinued after the publication of issue 99 in 2008. In 2011 the Christian History Institute resumed quarterly publication of the magazine. Christian History archives still may be found on ChristianityToday.com under its special section.[27]

Christian Reader/Today's Christian (1992–2008)[edit]

Christian Reader, a digest magazine in the vein of Reader's Digest, was founded in 1963 by the founder of Tyndale House Publishers, Ken Taylor.[28] Christianity Today purchased the magazine in 1992.[23] The name was changed to Today's Christian in 2004.[29] In 2008, Christianity Today sold the magazine to the ministry Significant Living.[30]

Books & Culture (1995–2016)[edit]

Main article: Books & Culture

Books & Culture was a bimonthly book review and intellectual journal modeled after the New York Review of Books and The New York Times Book Review and was published by Christianity Today International from 1995 to 2016.[31] At the end of its publication life in 2016, the magazine's circulation was 11,000 and its readership was 20,000.[32] It was edited by John Wilson, and notable contributors included Mark Noll, Lauren Winner, Alan Jacobs, Jean Bethke Elshtain, and Miroslav Volf.

Virtue (1998–2000)[edit]

Virtue, a magazine for Christian women, was founded in 1978.[33] Christianity Today purchased the publication from Cook Communications Ministries in 1998 after that publisher abruptly closed the magazine.[34] Christianity Today revived the magazine and continued publishing it for two more years before discontinuing publication following the December/January 2000 issue.[33]

Christian Parenting Today (1998–2005)[edit]

Christian Parenting Today (originally entitled Christian Parenting) was founded in 1989.[35] Christianity Today purchased the magazine from Cook Communications Ministries in 1998 in the same deal in which it acquired Virtue.[34] It ceased publication in 2005.[35] It was published until 2005.

Men of Integrity (1998–2017)[edit]

Men of Integrity was a bi-monthly magazine for Christian men published by Christianity Today. It was created in 1998, in partnership with the evangelical men's organization Promise Keepers.[34] It ceased publication with the November–December 2017 issue.

International editions (2007–present)[edit]

A Portuguese-language edition, Christianity Today Brazil, was launched in October/November 2007.[36][not specific enough to verify] A Korean-language edition, Christianity Today Korea, was launched in June 2008.[37][not specific enough to verify] Two international editions of Leadership Journal were launched in 2012: an African edition in September (English), and a Portuguese edition in October.[citation needed]

Online presence[edit]

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 news." Its presence on the Internet began in October 1994 when it became one of the top ten content providers on all of AOL. Then, in 1996, their website was launched. Originally, it was named ChristianityOnline.com before becoming ChristianityToday.com. Today ChristianityToday.com serves as the web home for Christianity Today magazine, which now has distinct sections for Local Church Pastors,[38] Reporting, [39] Women,[40] History,[27] and Spanish[41] readers.

At the ministry's web home, ChristianityToday.org, all other brands for Christian thought leaders and church leaders are featured, including publications such as the intellectual Christian review, Books & Culture, and the website for pastors and church leaders, CT Pastors. 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.

Together, all Christianity Today brands reach more than 2.5 million people every month when print and digital views are combined, plus more than 5 million pageviews per month on the Internet.[42] The ministry offers access, both premium and free, to more than 100,000 articles and other content on their various websites. They operate several stand-alone websites from ChristianityToday including SmallGroups.com, Preaching Today, Church Law & Tax and many other sites.[43]

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  1. ^ abOlsen, Ted (October 7, 2019). "Mark Galli Announces Retirement as Editor in Chief of Christianity Today". Christianity Today. Retrieved December 19, 2019.
  2. ^ ab"Christianity Today Advertising – Connecting You with Christian Audiences". christianitytodayads.com. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  3. ^Lupfer, Jacob (June 10, 2015). "Why a 'yes' to gays is often a 'no' to evangelicalism". The Washington Post. RNS. Retrieved June 11, 2015.
  4. ^Leland, John (December 26, 2005). "New Cultural Approach for Conservative Christians: Reviews, Not Protests". The New York Times. Retrieved June 11, 2015.
  5. ^ abSmith, Christian; Emerson, Michael (1998). American Evangelicalism: Embattled and Thriving. University of Chicago Press. p. 12. ISBN .
  6. ^"About Christianity Today". Christianity Today.
  7. ^Pesce, Nicole Lyn. "Trump lashes back at 'far left' Christianity Today — and says he'll stop reading 'ET'". MarketWatch. Retrieved December 10, 2020.
  8. ^"Why 'Christianity Today'?". Christianity Today.
  9. ^"Envisioning 'Christianity Today'". Christianity Today.
  10. ^Graham, Billy (1997). Just as I am: the autobiography of Billy Graham. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan. p. 88. ISBN .
  11. ^"Should Nixon Resign?". ChristianityToday.com. Retrieved December 20, 2019.
  12. ^"The Prodigal Who Didn't Come Home". Christianity Today. Retrieved December 20, 2019.
  13. ^Fandos, Nicholas; Shear, Michael D. (December 18, 2019). "Trump Impeached for Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress" – via NYTimes.com.
  14. ^ abcGalli, Mark (December 19, 2019). "Trump Should Be Removed from Office". Christianity Today. Retrieved December 19, 2019.
  15. ^Ho, Vivian (December 19, 2019). "Evangelical magazine Christianity Today calls for Trump's removal after impeachment". The Guardian. Retrieved December 19, 2019.
  16. ^ abBoard, Stephen (1990). "Moving the World with Magazines: A Survey of Evangelical Periodicals". In Quentin J. Schultze (ed.). American Evangelicals and the Mass Media: Perspectives on the Relationship Between American Evangelicals and the Mass Media. Grand Rapids, Mich: Zondervan Publishing Company. pp. 119–142. ISBN .
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  18. ^"Campus Life magazine to change name in January". Spero News. November 14, 2005.
  19. ^"Christianity Today International closes four publications". Good News Florida. June 18, 2009. Archived from the original on December 3, 2018. Retrieved May 16, 2017.
  20. ^"CT Advertising: Print Media". CT Advertising. Retrieved April 17, 2017.
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  22. ^Shelley, Marshall (Winter 2016). "The Next Life of Leadership". Leadership Journal. 37: 8.
  23. ^ abc"Records of Christianity Today International – Collection 8 (Archival Finding Aid)". Billy Graham Center Archives. March 2, 2010.
  24. ^Paddon, Anna R. (1995). "Today's Christian Woman". In Kathleen L. Endres; Therese L. Lueck (eds.). Women's Periodicals in the United States: Consumer Magazines. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN .
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  26. ^Trujillo, Kelli B. (May 25, 2016). "The Next Chapter for TCW". Today's Christian Woman.
  27. ^ ab"Christian History – Learn the History of Christianity & the Church". christianitytoday.com. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
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  29. ^Gilbreath, Edward (January–February 2004). "What's in a Name?". Christian Reader: 6.
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  34. ^ abc"Two Cook Magazines Join CTi". Christianity Today. 42 (6): 15. May 18, 1998.
  35. ^ ab"Christian Periodical Index (CPI) – All Titles". cpi.acl.org. Retrieved May 26, 2017.
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  39. ^"Gleanings". ChristianityToday.com. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
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  43. ^"ChristianityToday.org". ChristianityToday.org. Retrieved January 15, 2021.
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Dr. Dalrymple,

We write collectively to express our dissatisfaction with the editorial Christianity Today published on Thursday, December 19, 2019 calling for the removal of our duly elected President, who was put into office at the behest of over sixty million voters.  

It was astonishing to us that your editor-in-chief, Mark Galli, further offensively dismissed our point of view on CNN by saying, “Christianity Today is not read by the people - Christians on the far right, by evangelicals on the far right - so they’re going to be as dismissive of the magazine as President Trump has shown to be.” It also came to our attention, that Mr. Galli has written other statements about Americans who chose Donald Trump over Secretary Clinton in 2016, referring to them as “These other evangelicals [who] often haven’t finished college, and if they have jobs, and apparently most of them don’t, they are blue-collar jobs or entry level work” as he describes himself with pride as an “elite evangelical.”

Of course, it’s up to your publication to decide whether or not your magazine intends to be a voice of evangelicals like those represented by the signatories below, and it is up to us and those Evangelicals like us to decide if we should subscribe to, advertise in and read your publication online and in print, but historically, we have been your readers. 

We are, in fact, not “far-right” evangelicals as characterized by the author. 

Rather, we are Bible-believing Christians and patriotic Americans who are simply grateful that our President has sought our advice as his administration has advanced policies that protect the unborn, promote religious freedom, reform our criminal justice system, contribute to strong working families through paid family leave, protect the freedom of conscience, prioritize parental rights, and ensure that our foreign policy aligns with our values while making our world safer, including through our support of the State of Israel. We are not theocrats, and we recognize that our imperfect political system is a reflection of the fallen world within which we live, reliant upon the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, which is freely given to sinner and saint, alike. 

We are proud to be numbered among those in history who, like Jesus, have been pretentiously accused of having too much grace for tax collectors and sinners, and we take deeply our personal responsibility to render unto Caesar what is Caesar's --- our public service. 

The editorial you published, without any meaningful and immediate regard for dissenting points of view, not only supported the entirely-partisan, legally-dubious, and politically-motivated impeachment but went even further, calling for Donald Trump not to be elected again in 2020 when he certainly survives impeachment. 

As one of our signatories said to the press, “I hope Christianity Today will now tell us who they will support for president among the 2020 Democrat field?” 

Your editorial offensively questioned the spiritual integrity and Christian witness of tens-of-millions of believers who take seriously their civic and moral obligations. 

It not only targeted our President; it also targeted those of us who support him, and have supported you. 

Sincerely,

Lourdes Aguirre 
President 
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Stephen Alessi
Pastor
Metro Life Church

Chuck Allen 
Pastor
Sugar Hill Church

Rev. Rick Amato
Dream Believe Institute 
Wellington , FL

Doug Anderson
Pastor
Rose Heights Church

Michele Bachmann
US House of Representatives 
Fmr. Member, Minnesota 

Marty Baker
Pastor 
Steven’s Creek Church

Rev. Wesley Baldwin, PhD
Lead Pastor 
Aloma Church

Luke Barnett
Pastor
Dream City Church 

Tommy Barnett 
Pastor
Dream City Church

Gary Bauer
President
American Values

Henry Becarra 
Pastor
City Church International

Steve Berger 
Pastor
Grace Chapel - Nashville

Gary W. Blackard
President & CEO
Adult & Teen Challenge USA

Paul Blair
Fairview Baptist Church
Liberty Pastors Network

John Blanchard 
Pastor
Rock Church International 

Bill Bolin
Pastor
Floodgate Church

Ryan Bomberger
Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer
The Radiance Foundation

Mario Bramnick
President 
Latino Coalition for Israel 

Josh Brown
Founder & CEO
SoulHeart.co

Dr. Daniel Caamaño
President 
Alma Vision Radio and Television 

Paula White Cain
Paula White Ministries
Pastor, City of Destiny

Chris Cambas
CEO Relationscape 
Founder / Chairman of Board Full Circle

Anita Christopher 
President
West Michigan Prayer Center 

Barry Clardy
Pastor
Princeton Pike Church of God

Dr. Tim Clinton
President
American Association of Christian Counselors

Bishop Kelvin L. Cobaris
Cobaris Ministries International

Paul Cole
Christian Men's Network 

Cynthia Collins 
Founder, SpeakHope.net
Global Advisor, OperationOutcry 

Jack Countryman
Vice President & Publisher Emeritus
Ministry Development
Harper Collins

David Aaron Crabb
Pastor
Restoring Hope Church

Brad Dacus
Pacific Justice Institute 

Dr.Jimmy L. De La O DDiv. 
Founding Senior Pastor 
Iglesia Cristiana Nuevo Pacto

Apostle Alberto Delgado
Senior Pastor
Alpha and Omega

Rachel Dennis
Awaken The Dawn

Dr. James Dobson
President
James Dobson Family Institute

Dave Donaldson 
Co-founder and Chairman
CityServe International 

Greg Dumas 
Pastor
The Crossing Church

Dr. Kirk Elliott
Founder
Veribella Foundation 

Jenna Ellis
Constitutional Law Attorney

Al Elmore
Senior Pastor
Lima Baptist Temple

Jerry Falwell Jr. 
President
Liberty University 

Joey Fine
Pastor
Seasons Church 

Dan Fisher
Pastor
Fairview Baptist Church

Jentezen Franklin
Senior Pastor
Free Chapel 

Jim Franklin
Pastor 
Cornerstone Church

Dr. Gary D. Frazier, 
President
Discovery Missions International 

Dr. Day Gardner
President
National Black Pro-Life Union

Brian Gallardo
Pastor
LifeGate Church

Jim Garlow
Founder
Well Versed

Rosemary Schindler Garlow
Schindlers Ark

Dr. Nick Garza
NHCLC Board member 
Sacramento, CA

James Gildwell
Pastor
Amazing Grace Baptist Fellowship 

Bishop Anne Gimenez 
Rock Ministerial Fellowship

Jack Graham
Senior Pastor
Prestonwood Baptist Church

Brad Graves
Senior Pastor
Ada First Baptist Church 

Danny Gokey 
Contemporary Christian Artist

Paul Marc Goulet 
Pastor
International Church of Las Vegas 

Rev. Mark Gurley 
Director 
Michigan Oak Initiative

Ken Gurley
Vice President/Director of Operations
National Apostolic Christian Leadership Conference.

Jon & Jolene Hamill 
President
Lamplighter Ministries 

Dr. Frank Harber, Ph.D., J.D.
President
The Institute for Christian Defense

Len Harper
Pastor
Overflow Church

Mike Hayes
Founder/President 
Center for National Renewal

Skip Heitzig 
Pastor
Calvary Church of Albuquerque

Randall Hekman
Director 
Grand Awakening Prayer

Jim Henry 
Pastor Emeritus FBC Orlando 
Former SBC President 

Robert Herber
Pastor
All Peoples Church

Jack Hibbs
Pastor
Calvary Chapel Chino Hills

Rev. Tim Hill 
General Overseer
Church of God

Mark Hoover 
Lead Pastor 
NewSpring Church

Walter B. Hoye II
CEO
Issues4Life Foundation 

Lori Hoye 
CFO
Issues4Life Foundation 

Mike Huckabee
Honorary National Chairman
My Faith Votes

Shane Idleman 
Pastor
Westside Christian Fellowship

Bishop Harry Jackson
Pastor
Hope Christian Church 

Brian Jacobs
Pastor
Metroplex Family Church 

Dr. Mike & Cindy Jacobs
Founders 
Generals International

Phillip Jauregui 
Judicial Action Group

Dr. Thomas Jamieson 
Senior Pastor 
First Baptist Church of Mount Dora, FL

Obed Jauregui
Pastor, Betania Church 
President of MBCS 

Robert Jeffress
Senior Pastor
First Baptist Dallas

Brian & Jenn Johnson
Bethel Music 

Travis Johnson
Church of God Executive Council Member

Dr. Brad Jurkovich
Senior Pastor
First Baptist Church Bossier City, LA

Troy Keaton
Pastor
EastLake Community Church

Becky Keenan
Pastor
President of One With Israel

Alveda King
Pastoral Associate, Priests for Life
Director, Civil Rights for the Unborn

Gary Kirouac
Tent America 

David Kubal 
CEO/President 
Intercessors for America 

Kelly Monroe Kullberg
Author, Finding God at Harvard

Hank & Brenda Kunneman
Pastors
Lord of Hosts Church and One Voice Ministries

Greg Laurie
Senior Pastor
Harvest Christian Fellowship

Jerry Lawson
Pastor
Daystar Church

Todd Lamphere 
Pastor of Global Outreach
City of Destiny 

Chris Leader
Ignite Outreach

Greg Locke
Pastor 
Global Vision Bible Church

Frank López
Senior Pastor, Doral Church
VP of Hispanic Association of Pastors

Cissie Graham Lynch
Samaritans Purse

Apostle Guillermo Maldonado
President and Senior Pastor
King JESUS Ministries

Tim Martin
Pastor 
New Life Christian 

Victor Marx
President & CEO 
All Things Possible Ministries

Gregg Matte
Senior Pastor
Houston’s First Baptist Church

Bishop Joseph Mattera
Christ Covenant Coalition

Pastor Jurgen Matthesius
C3 Church San Diego
Overseer C3 Churches in the Americas

Bob McEwen
US House of Representatives 
Fmr. Member, Ohio

Dr. David H. McKinley
Pastor-Teacher
Warren Baptist Church 
Augusta GA 

Dr. Yolanda McCune
Director 
HAPN Kingdom Culture 

Rev. Dusty McLemore
Senior Pastor
Lindsay Lane Baptist Church

Barry Meguiar
President Meguiar’s, Inc, 
Founder, Revival Outside the Walls

Eric Metaxas
Author, Host 
Eric Metaxas Radio Show

Jonathan Miller
Pastor
New Beginnings Church

Morgan Mitchell
Director 
Grand Traverse House of Prayer 

Pastor Sergio De La Mora
Cornerstone Church

Kent Morgan
President 
Randall Bearings, Inc. 

Robert Morris 
Senior Pastor
Gateway Church 

Pastor Tom Mullins 
Senior Pastor
Christ Fellowship Florida 

Penny Nance
CEO and President 
Concerned Women for America

Rev. Dean Nelson 
Chairman of the Board
Frederick Douglass Foundation

Dr. Malachi O’Brien 
Former 2nd Vice President
Southern Baptist Convention 

Tim Oldfield
Pastor
Potters House Church 

Dr. Rod Parsley
Founder and Lead Pastor
World Harvest Church 
Founder and Chancellor Valor Christian College

Ramiro A. Peña
Pastor
Christ the King Church

Tony Perkins
President
Family Research Council 

Paul Pickern 
Executive Director
All Pro Pastors 

Chonda Pierce
Comedian 

Dr. Everett Piper 
Best Selling Author
Former University President

Dr. Anthony Ponceti
Director, South & Central America
All Pro Pastors International

Rob Price 
Associate Professor, Communication Arts
Southwestern Assemblies of God University

Ralph Reed 
President 
Faith and Freedom Coalition

Steve Riggle 
Pastor
Grace Church International

Rev. Dennis Rivera
Assemblies of God 
NHCLC executive committee

Ernie Rivera 
President 
Las Americas Evangelistic Association 

Marilyn Rivera
Pastor
President of Hispanic Association of Pastors

Juan Rivera
Executive Director
Hispanic Israel Leadership Coalition 

Jeremy Roberts
Pastor
Thomasville Road Baptist Church

Wayne Roberts 
Pastor
Bethel Baptist Church

Gerald Rohn
Pastor
First Renaissance Community Church of Sterling Michigan

Dudley Rutherford 
Pastor
Shepherd of the Hills Church

Myles & Delana Rutherford 
Pastors 
Worship with Wonders Church

Dexter Sanders
Founder/President 
Back 2 God Movement 

Rick Scarborough 
Recover America Now

Tom Schlueter 
Texas Apostolic Prayer Network

Darrell & Belinda Scott 
Pastor
New Spirit Revival Center 

Tony Scott
Pastor
theChurch, Maumee

Mark Seppo 
Pastor
Vassar Victory Center

Scott Sheppard 
Pastor
Cornerstone Church

Danny Silk
President
Loving on Purpose

David Smith
Pastor
Oak Park Church

Ron Smith
Pastor 
FBC At The Villages

Ted Squires
CEO Squires Global

Dr. Jay Strack
Founder
Student Leadership University 

Mat Staver
Liberty Counsel

Darryl & Tracy Strawberry
Strawberry Ministries 

Pastor Tom Sterbens
New Hope Church

Tony Stewart
Pastor
Citylife Church 

Rev. Tony Suarez
Executive Vice President 
National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference 

Lanny Swaim
Worship Artist

Michael Tait
Christian Music Artist

Zach Terry
Senior Pastor 
Fernandina Beach, First Baptist Church

Claude Thomas
Former Executive Director
GP3

David Tipton
Vice President
National Apostolic Christian Leadership Conference.

LaNell Babbage-Torres
National Diversity Coalition

CT Townsend
Pastor
Victory Baptist Church

Pasqual Urrabazo
Pastor
International Church of Las Vegas 

Andre Van Mol, MD
Elder
Bethel Church

Kris Vallotton
Senior Associate Leader
Bethel Church

Dr. Gilberto Velez
Founder and Senior Pastor for Iglesia Cristiana Misericordia
Chairman of the Board for National Hispanic leadership Conference.

Anthony Verdugo, 
Founder and Executive Director
Christian Family Coalition (CFC) 

Wendell Vinson
Pastor
Canyon Hills Church

Judy Wade
Uniting Our Hearts

Kevin Wallace 
Pastor
Redemption to the Nations Church

Lance Wallnau
Lance Learning Group

Rick Warzywak 
Director 
Michigan Capitol House of Prayer

Wendy Waterson
Pastor
Sanctuary Ministries 

Edward Watts
Pastor
Gateway Hope Center 

Tom Winters 
Winters & King Associates

Ken Whitten
Pastor
Idlewild Baptist Church

George Wood
Chairman
World Assemblies of God Fellowship

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The results of Wikipedia's "edit wars" are in: Former president George W. Bush is the most controversial topic in the English language.

That's according to Cornell researchers who ranked the web's most controversial topics according to their editing history on Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that anyone—and everyone—can edit. They broke the data down into general language sets, and the list of the top 10 most controversial topics in English are as follows:

  1. George W. Bush
  2. Anarchism
  3. Muhammad
  4. List of WWE personnel
  5. Global warming
  6. Circumcision
  7. United States
  8. Jesus
  9. Race and intelligence
  10. Christianity

While Jesus and Christianity both make appearances, they're apparently less controversial than anarchism, the prophet Muhammad, and professional wrestlers.

How can that be? According to Mashable, the researchers first listed topics based on "'mutual reverts,' in which one editor reverts another's work and vice versa—so both editors have undone each other's changes." Then, to determine a topic's "controversiality," they examined the number of mutual reverts against the number of total people editing a topic.

In other words: the more editors and the more passive-aggressive editing, the more controversy.

The researchers say they're primarily interested in the data for what it reveals about socio-political differences and similarities across languages and cultures. They note that "local" topics and conflicts often are highly contested within particular regional language groups, but almost all topics are related to religion, politics, or geography.

Across all language sets, Jesus appears most frequently of all topics, ranking among the top 10 in the English, German, French, and Czech versions of Wikipedia. It's notable that Jesus is one of the most controversial topics in the Czech Wikipedia, considering that the Czech Republic is one of the most heavily atheist countriesin the world.

CT previously has reported on many of Wikipedia's other controversial topics, including Muhammad, the United States, George W. Bush, circumcision, and even WWEprofessional wrestling.

In addition, CT has reported on other research about our Internet habits, including the fact one of "America's favorite sins" is spending too much time consuming media.

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