Why Cover Negative News?

Man reading bad news
When bad things happen to God’s people, what’s a Christian publication to do? While there can be pressure from readers to report only upbeat, positive news, the publisher of The Charlotte World explains why his paper covers both the good and the bad.
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The Culture of Euphemism

John Wilson responds to his visit to the CBA trade show by raising interesting questions about the Christian journalist’s response to a religious subculture that is increasingly driven by celebrity and merchandising.

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Journalists or Advocates?

When you write about religion for a religious publication, what exatly is your job? Are you a journalist? A public relations worker? Or something in between? Several practitioners of the craft of religion writing tackle that question in this article from Associated Baptist Press.

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