Christianity Today’s Books & Culture survives chopping block

NEW YORK (RNS) — Print publications across the board are struggling to find a financial formula to help them survive — or praying for a deep-pocketed savior to rescue them the way Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is doing with The Washington Post. Religious publications are also feeling the pinch, and the latest evidence was a dire warning from the Christian literary magazine Books & Culture that it could shut down in 2014 if it didn’t reach its $250,000 fundraising goal Sept. 9. The magazine survived the chopping block, receiving just above the amount needed to continue in 2014.

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