Christianity Today

Mark Galli: A Response to the Christianity Today Article

"I’m troubled that I distressed any women, or men for that matter, by anything I said or did.  But the fact of the matter is that I never in 30 years ever approached a women with the intent of sexually harassing, intimidating, or 'hitting' on her. Never. But some women believe I had done that, and for that I’m regretful." - Mark Galli

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Christianity Today on polyamory: “the authors Preston Sprinkle and Branson Parler are clear that polyamory is a sin”

"The article does not take aim at the center, as the authors Preston Sprinkle and Branson Parler are clear that polyamory is a sin. But it is an article that takes aim at the edges and widens the Overton Window so that certain aspects of polyamory are now to be considered within the pale." - CBMW

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“Extreme Middle” – Christianity Today's new editor on the magazine's political posture

"Politics and theology both exist on broad continuums. By virtue of Mark Galli’s editorial and CT president Tim Dalrymple’s follow-up, we’ve situated ourselves on these continuums in a kind of extreme middle—in censorial critique of the president and yet open to conversation as well as critique." - Daniel Harrell

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CT and FBFI on gun control

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