… Christianity Today International, the parent company of B&C, couldn’t make it work; nor did another buyer for the magazine come forth. This is an immensely distressing state of affairs, for anyone who cares about the state of Christian intellectual life, and I hope there will be some thoughtful post-mortems on the whole business. (Though what I really hope is for some deep-pocketed person or organization to decide that raising B&C from the dead is more important than giving money to Donald Trump or the RNC.)Most of the big money seems to be going in the other direction.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
… John Wilson and Books & Culture – Snakes and Ladders. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)