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Discussion in 'Books & Publications Forum' started by rsr, Aug 14, 2003.

  1. rsr

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    "Christianity Today"

    "Christian Research Institute Journal",

    "First Things",

    "CCM" (even though I don't listen to CCM and can't stand most of it)

    Back issues of "Moody Monthly" (I'm really going to miss that one)

    ...and, of course, "The Door".

    http://www.thedoormagazine.com
     
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    I've visited Credenda Agenda several times and have been impressed, though not convinced.

    The Door is a one-of-a-kind experience. It's hard to top The Lord's letter after 9/11 in which he lays it on the Crouches (and others) pretty thick.

    I admit I've visited the Restorationist magazine site on several occasions — but never for pleasure.
     
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    I remember that. In fact, I think I have it laying around here somewhere.

    That was one of the better "Last Word" essays.
     
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    I used to get one called "Every Day With Jesus" by Selwyn Hughes that was quite good.
     
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