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Obama’s executive action on immigration, commentary on violence in Israel, a look ahead to Monday’s International Day of the Bible, Pat Boone’s likely final album
Today’s news and Genevieve Wood of the Heritage Foundation talks about the implications of the president’s executive action on immigration, plus: commentator Cal Thomas talks about violence and hatred against Israel, a preview of Monday’s International Day of the Bible, Pat Boone releases what is likely to be his final album, and more
Hosted by WORLD News Group's Warren Cole Smith, Listening In features extended conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders.
“Our goal is to explore topics as thoughtfully as possible,” says 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.”
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A conversation with muralist Kent Twitchell
Kent Twitchell made a splash on the American art scene in 1971 when he painted a mural of the actor Steve McQueen that covered the entire side of a house in Los Angeles. He’s gone on to paint even more massive murals, some of the eight stories tall, and all of them distinctive. Perhaps the most striking are his paintings of Jesus, which he has painted on walls, overpasses, and in other public spaces. Kent Twitchell is also a committed Christian with a gentle, understated manner. This conversation took place in his downtown Los Angeles studio.