The World and Everything in It

 
Jan. 29, 2015
The World and Everything in It

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Weather and climate change, anti-Christian violence in West Africa, the Church of England consecrates its first female bishop, a christian hip-hop artist urges young people to “get up and live”

Today’s news and commentary from Cal Thomas on how not every major weather event is tied to climate change, despite what politicians may say, plus: a report on anti-Christian violence in Niger, the Church of England consecrates its first female bishop, a review of hip-hop artist Trip Lee’s new book, and more

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Thursday news

Loretta Lynch: Lawmakers grilled the president’s nominee for attorney general Wednesday.

529: The White House has dropped a proposal to tax 529 college savings plans.

Terrorism: The administration’s policy to combat terrorism took a beating in Congress this week.

Business/economy: Apple just turned in the most profitable quarter in the history of business, which boosted the tech sector Wednesday.

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Commentary: Not every major weather event is linked to climate change

Commentator Cal Thomas says, “Facts do not lessen the belief of cult members.” 

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Anti-Christian violence in Niger

Christians in Niger are beginning to return to their homes after a violent rampage by Islamic extremists.

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Church of England consecrates first female bishop

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In new book, Christian hip-hop urges young people to “get up and live”

Emily Whitten is an occasional contributor to WORLD Radio. Read her review of Rise by Trip Lee at RedeemedReader.com 

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Jan. 29, 2015
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