The editor-at-large of World magazine stresses the need for journalists to have a well-developed Christian worldview. Focusing on the how-to's of excellence in journalism--particularly feature writing, field reporting, and interviewing--Marvin Olasky shows how a revitalized Christian journalism could play an enormous, positive role in the current culture war.
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About the Author
Marvin Olasky is Professor of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin, Senior Fellow of The Progress & Freedom Foundation in Washington, D.C., and Editor of World, a weekly newsmagazine from a Christian perspective. The author of ten books and the co-author or editor of many more, Dr. Olasky's critically acclaimed work, The Tragedy of American Compassion, is considered by many to be the most important book on welfare and social policy in a decade.