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Mark Galli
Editor in chief, Christianity Today. Also: husband, father, writer, reader, golfer, fly fisher.
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Mark Galli May 16
Replying to @bradlsmith1
You may know more about world evangelicalism than do I actually. Or check with Jeremy Weber, our news editor over global news. He's on Twitter. Don't have his address at this moment.
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Mark Galli Apr 11
Replying to @Wade_Burleson
In some situations, we invite people to respond theologically, like Andy Stanley did with OT. We told James he could NOT defend his situation, but only argue biblically about suing in general. That same week, our podcast took a different position. 3/3
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Mark Galli Apr 11
Replying to @Wade_Burleson
Ed connected James with CT, a very common journalistic practice to help us connect with disgruntled readers/subjects. Just exchanged phone is all. Lots of people who know our staff do the same thing. 2/3
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Mark Galli Apr 11
Replying to @Wade_Burleson
Wade, as I’ve said repeatedly to Julie & on ct online. I decided to run the piece by MacDonald. Ed did not ask or lobby for it— that idea came from Jeremy Weber & I approved it. Stetzer is not a news journalist. He writes blog articles on our site. 1/3
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Mark Galli Apr 11
Replying to @Wade_Burleson
Hey Wade, you are not in possession of all the facts here and are inadvertently bearing false witness. If you're interested, I'd be happy to have a conversation with you. --Mark Galli, editor in chief of Christianity Today
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Mark Galli Apr 10
Replying to @leoblair
Already sent an email there explaining the problem.. DId you not get it?
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Mark Galli Apr 10
You made a crucial error in the Ed Stetzer story yesterday regarding a statement of mine. See my email and voice mail to the office to correct it. Immediately please --Mark Galli, editor in chief of Christianity Today.
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Mark Galli Feb 14
Yep, My bad. Really stupid mistake. In too much of hurry. My apologies. It was corrected.
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Mark Galli Feb 4
wonder if you'd share your email address with me, Mark Galli, editor in chief of Christianity Today. I'd like to see if you could give a presentation in June. Or just email me directly: mgalli@christianitytoday.com
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Mark Galli 21 Mar 18
Replying to @ShaneClaiborne
And neither do I think being Roman Catholic is horrible thing, by any means-- just trying to be factual, and failed! Thanks for your graciousness.
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Mark Galli 20 Mar 18
Time to eat some crow. I conflated quotes and made the assumption in my latest Galli Report that had converted to Catholicism. My bad. No excuses. My apologies, esp. to Shane.
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Mark Galli 21 Feb 18
CT's amazing coverage of Billy Graham can be found here:
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Mark Galli 17 Feb 18
I thought we had made that point, but apparently not clearly enough! Thanks for the thoughtful comments.
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Mark Galli 17 Feb 18
Good point, Bob. Also "The computer has a virus" and of course the ubiquitous disease metaphor for alcoholism. And then we use other disabilities, as well: "What are you, blind?" Etc. It's a little more complicated!
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Mark Galli 18 Dec 17
Replying to @collinhansen
That's great news. Much more important than anything else going on in our nation....
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Mark Galli 6 Dec 17
Replying to @bobrobertsjr
Bob, you are too kind. Thanks.
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Mark Galli 15 Nov 17
Replying to @bobrobertsjr
Yes, but you're better looking than Barth....
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Mark Galli 20 Oct 17
Replying to @GodandCulture
Barth was fired from his university position and forced out of Germany by the government. He was not a German citizen. Bonhoeffer was and had left voluntarily. Later in life, Barth wondered whether he gave Bonhoeffer good advice.
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Mark Galli 16 Oct 17
Replying to @GavinDuerson
Partly due to Jerry Falwell, partly to the media which imagines politics is the only interesting thing about anyone. It's just way too bad this has happened.
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Mark Galli 18 Sep 17
Replying to @DrPaulHughes
No, it won't be for a few weeks yet.
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