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The World and Everything in It

The World and Everything in It is an audio news magazine produced daily (Monday-Friday), with a longer week-in-review program on the weekend. Hosted by Nick Eicher and Joseph Slife, the program features reports, interviews, and analysis from WORLD's editorial team.

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The ERLC tackles cultural issues, a profile of a college-campus evangelist, commentary from Paul Kengor

Today’s news and a discussion about the culture and sexuality, plus: special correspondent Susan Olasky provides a profile of a college-campus evangelist, commentary from Paul Kengor on some stories that have had very little play in the mainstream press, and more

Listening In
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Listening In

WORLD News Group, publisher of WORLD magazine and producer of WORLD Radio’s The World and Everything in It, has a new audio program called Listening In

Listening In is a conversational program featuring newsmakers and thought leaders that explores the depths of some of the most interesting topics of our day hosted by Warren Cole Smith“Our goal is to explore topics as thoughtfully as possible,” said WORLD Radio Executive Producer Nick Eicher. “It’s more like NPR’s Fresh Air or public television’s Charlie Rose, but with an objective Christian perspective.”

Listening In will air each Friday in January, February, and March and can be streamed or downloaded (by right clicking) at Beginning in the spring, plans are in place to move to a daily format. The program will be available to radio stations via FTP download. For technical details, contact: Jonathan Bailie at

A conversation with author Bart Ehrman

Bart Ehrman claims to have had a “born again” experience when he was a teenager, and from there he attended Moody Bible Institute and Wheaton College on his way to becoming a Baptist pastor.  However, he turned his back on the Christian faith after he joined the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has since written several books that undermine basic Christian doctrines.  His latest book is “How Jesus Became God,” which claims that the historical Jesus did not claim to be God.  Warren Cole Smith had this conversation with Mr. Ehrman at his office in Chapel Hill.



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