Evangelical Times

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Evangelical Times
Evangelical Times Newspaper Logo.jpg
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June 2011 edition of Evangelical Times
Type Monthly
Format Tabloid
Editor Roger Fay
Founded 1967
Headquarters Darlington
ISSN 1358-7285
OCLC number 32472057
Official website www.evangelical-times.org

Evangelical Times is a monthly, conservative evangelical newspaper.[1][2] It is published in a tabloid format and is based in Darlington, County Durham. It has a circulation of approximately 7000 copies each month. There is a Christmas edition which is purchased in larger quantities by churches and individuals to be given to friends and contacts.[3]The June edition contains a list of evangelical 'Holiday Churches.'[4] It is closely associated with Evangelical Press with which it shares an office. The current editor is Roger Fay, pastor of Zion Evangelical Baptist Church in Ripon.

History[edit]

It was founded in 1967 by Dr Peter Masters, currently minister at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London.

Content[edit]

The newspaper is composed of the following items:

  • News items of particular interest to evangelical Christians
  • Articles which are focused on: Church History, Theology or Mission
  • Book Reviews

Website[edit]

The website contains most of the content of past issues with a search facility.

Senior editors[edit]

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