Talk:Third Way (magazine)

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Promotional article[edit]

These introductory sentences read more like a promotional advertisement than an encyclopedia article:

"It is distinctively biblical, fairly highbrow and culturally aware. It can call on the best Christian thinkers and writers (its columnists include high-profile journalists, clegy and BBC comedy writers) to comment on news issues, much as the New Statesman or Spectator calls on those from left or right."

Who is to say that its authors are "the best Christian thinkers and writers"? Also, "BBC comedy writers" don't seem to fit into that description.

Amended --— Preceding unsigned comment added by 128.253.67.203 (talk) 06:49, May 11, 2007