Christianity Today Vol. 60 No. 5 Apr 2016

7 Editor’s Note Katelyn Beaty highlights healing throughout the issue.

9 Reply All: Readers respond to the April issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.

17 Witness Pastors deliver daily bread amid bombs in eastern Ukraine.

18 Gleanings: Darrin Patrick ousted from Acts 29, college changes fighting missionary mascot, and the double persecution of Christian women.

20 Headlines: Why Christians closest to the Holy Land tour it least; Kenya crackdown on fake pastors thwarted by real ones.

21 Under Discussion: Is it okay that bots are tweeting vastly more Bible verses than humans?

27 Where We Stand: Mark Galli on how both sides can win the religious freedom vs. LGBT rights debate.

29 Spirited Life: Andrew Wilson agrees that Jesus isn’t your boyfriend. But not for the reasons you think.

30 Truth Be Told: Christena Cleveland offers three ways we can use our diversity to be one in Christ.

48 Prisoner Pastor Missionary: Kenneth Bae describes his time in a North Korean prison camp.
Interview by Morgan Lee

54 THE MATCHMAKER
If church leaders and artists have been estranged in Western culture, then David Taylor is helping to lead them into a more blissful union.
Andrea Palpant Dilley

62 COMING OUT AT WHEATON COLLEGE
The evangelical university has received negative press on LGBT matters. My own campus experience paints a different picture.
Tyler Streckert

68 WE’RE ALL CALLED TO BE PRIESTS
You don’t have to wear vestments to do gospel ministry.
Michael Bird

73 Books:
Shane Claiborne’s Executing Grace,
review by Jen Pollock Michel
Victor Lee Austin’s Losing Susan,
review by Andrew Byers

Excerpt: Kent Annan’s Slow Kingdom Coming

80 Testimony
Nicole Cliffe was a happy atheist. Then she read an obituary that changed everything.

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