Contact: Geoff Battersby, Marketing Director, Salvo, 719-352-8770, email@example.com
CHICAGO, Sept. 10 /Christian Newswire/ -- With topics ranging from media bias to manipulative advertising, from the "Star Wars Kid" to dangerous movies, the third issue of Salvo takes a critical look at the media and their messages.
While still in its infancy as a print magazine, Salvo has already won a cover design award from Newsstand Resource and has received critical acclaim from sources as varied as WorldNetDaily and the Haven Today and Point of View radio shows.
The magazine focuses on science, sex, and society to present a united witness of biblical Christian truth to a secular society. It is for those interested in thinking clearly about science, contemporary culture, and the significant questions of life. Salvo provides a compelling challenge to the prevailing assumptions and thinking of Americans whose day-to-day lives are dominated by the ideologies of naturalism, postmodernism, moral relativism, and materialism. Salvo seeks to engage the culture from a Christian worldview. The graphic style is contemporary, and the tone is edgy--with several witty fake advertisements.
Phillip Johnson, author of The Wedge of Truth, calls Salvo "hard-hitting and entertaining." Mark Brumley, President of Ignatius Press, says that Salvo is "setting the pace for cultural engagement today." Herbert I. London, President of the Hudson Institute, says, "Here is a publication that is timely, persuasive and intelligent. Surely it immediately ranks in the forefront of new and exciting publications."
The magazine is produced quarterly for an annual subscription rate of $25.99. Salvo is also available at scores of bookstores and newsstands across the country, distributed by Ingram Periodicals, Inc.
The editor of Salvo, Bobby Maddex, is available for comment on the intersection of Christianity and culture. His email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information is available at www.salvomag.com. Review copies are available by request.