Records of Christianity Today, International, 1954-[ongoing].

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Christianity Today International. Records of Christianity Today, International, 1954-[ongoing].

Records of Christianity Today, International, 1954-[ongoing].

Correspondence, reports, minutes, audio tapes, films relating to the founding of the magazine Christianity Today, International (CTI), and its activities as a forum and voice for Evangelical Protestantism in the United States.

100 boxes (59.8 cubic feet)

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Christianity Today International

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