The New York Times and Christian Century appear to be coming to their senses when it comes to the prospects for democracy and religious freedom in Egypt.
Paul-Gordon Chandler uses the pages of the Christian Century to maintain the veil of silence over Muslim hostility toward Coptic Christians in Egypt.
CAMERA Analyst Dexter Van Zile spoke at Boston College on April 6, 2009. Van Zile spoke about anti-Zionism in mainline Protestant churches in the U.S.
Both the Christian Century and the Associated Baptist Press broadcast Jimmy Carter’s false accusations without challenge.
Responding to Chicago Jewish leaders who challenged his refusal to accept Jewish sovereignty, Rev. James Wall, a longtime columnist for the Christian Century, distorts the historical record.
CAMERA asked the Christian Century to correct the errors of its longtime columnist. The magazine's editor and publisher, Rev. John M. Buchanan, refused.
Christian Century magazine, the house organ for mainline Protestantism in the United States, has refused to correct an incontrovertible misstatement of fact in a column written by its star columnist, James M. Wall.
Columnist James Wall of Christian Century magazine claimed that Israel's security barrier "completely surrounds" Bethlehem. Although this is patently untrue—even according to PLO maps of the Israeli barrier—editors refuse to correct the error, simply because Wall, a regular critic of Israel, "stands by" his observation.
The Christian Century churns out distortions maligning Israel.