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Culture Friday, a notable speech from Ronald Reagan
Today’s news and John Stonestreet discusses the importance of the Ferguson protests and helping the “selfie generation” care about their stories, plus: a notable speech from Ronald Reagan on the role of religion in the life of the nation, and more
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, hosted by Warren Cole Smith, is a conversational program featuring newsmakers and thought leaders that explores the depths of some of the most interesting topics of our day.
“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 airs each Friday. The program is available to radio stations via FTP download. For technical details, contact: Jonathan Bailie at email@example.com.
A conversation with Benedict Rogers of Christian Solidarity Worldwide
Benedict Rogers is the East Asia Team Leader for Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a human rights organization specializing in religious liberty. Rogers concentrates on issues in North Korea, Indonesia, and Burma. He authored the 2013 book, Burma: A Nation at the Crossroads, which includes an introduction by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Rogers has traveled to Burma more than 40 times in the past 15 years, and he contributes regularly to the Guardian, the International Herald Tribune, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Warren Cole Smith had this conversation with Rogers in Florida at a conference hosted by Christian religious liberty law firm Alliance Defending Freedom.