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Here are some highlights from this week's program: Democratic National Convention wrap-up, Democrats and abortion, welfare expert Robert Rector on the claims that the Obama administration is gutting welfare reform, vote for the winner of the Hope Award for Effective Compassion, video reviews from Phil Boatwright, Paul Kengor on his book The Communist, Andrée Seu Peterson on extrapolating from Scripture, "Are you better off than four years ago?" unemployment stays steady, the Book Nook, financially unsustainable colleges, humorist Albin Sadar, History Book, and more.

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So while you're relaxing this weekend, tune in to The World and Everything in It. "It's like NPR from a Christian worldview," writes Gospel Coalition blogger Trevin Wax.

Mickey McLean
Mickey McLean

Mickey is executive editor of WORLD Digital. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, teenage daughter, and a dog/administrative assistant named Daisy.

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