Christianity Today Vol. 60 No. 3 Apr 2016

7 Editor’s Note Mark Galli on civil disobedience and the Christian life.

9 Reply All
Readers respond to the January I February issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.

23 Witness
The pope and the patriarch meet in Havana.

24 Gleanings
New study reveals pastors’ porn use, ISIS releases Chris­ tian captives, and Gospel for Asia sued over use of donations.

26 Headlines
Muslim leaders promise to protect Christian neighbors, and Pakistani Christian refugees find Thailand isn’t what they expected.

31 Where We Stand: Mark Galli on listening to diverse perspectives.

34 Spirited Life: Andrew Wilson finds the hope of the gospel in a little­ known Old Testament story.

36 Truth Be Told: Christena Cleveland challenges assumptions about Jesus’ skin color.

46 THE SHAKEN CONSCIENCE OF A PRO-LIFE ACTIVIST
Did I bear some responsibility for the shooting death of an abortion doctor I had publicly decried? Nearly two decades later, the question haunts me.
Karen Swallow Prior

52 A NEW WAY TO DEFINE EVANGELICALS
It’s not about politics. It’s not even about self-identification. What thee word is really about.
Leith Anderson & Ed Stetzer

56 THE COUPLE THAT PRAYS TOGETHER
Actually does stay together, statistically speaking and other key findings from new major research on minority families.
Interview by Morgen Lee

60 GOD WANTS TO HEAL US
Jesus IS not the author of sickness and death including my daughter’s.
Ben Witherington III

64 LOVE IN THE TIME OF ZIKA
Pregnant in Honduras during the epidemic, I asked God whether we should stay or go.
Cindy Haughey

69 Books

80 Testimony: Jonathan R. Bailey had done one too many altar calls.

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