Christianity Today’s Books & Culture Survives the Chopping Block

Religion News Service’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey reports that Books & Culture, a literary magazine under the umbrella of Christianity Today, faced a potential shut-down as soon as 2014 if it didn’t reach its fundraising goal by today. The Christian arts journal Image has also faced financial difficulties in the last year. Pulliam Bailey reports as of 2 p.m., that Books & Culture “has received just above the $250,000 amount needed to continue in 2014.”

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