December 13, 2012

Newsweek vs. the New Testament

Albert Mohler, Baptist Press

The major festivals of the Christian year often prompt major cover stories in the nation's weekly news magazines. Time, Newsweek and US News & World Report all regularly featured major articles timed for Christmas and Easter. The days of these cover articles may soon be over, however, since US News & World Report is no longer publishing a print edition, and Newsweek's final print edition will be dated December 31, 2012.

In years past, these cover articles had featured the work of reporters who interviewed a range of scholars and authorities from several theological perspectives. More recently, both Time and Newsweek have instead featured essays written by a single author.

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