The World and Everything in It

 
June 30, 2015
The World and Everything in It

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The Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage, an open door for the persecution of Christians and faith groups, preparing for ministry in Micronesia, Summer Vacations and Destinations

Today’s news and a conversation with Mark Oppenheimer of The New York Times about the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas about how the marriage ruling opens the door for the persecution of Christians and faith groups in America, a report from special correspondent Susan Olasky about a study preparing in Guam for ministry on the island of Chuuk, Summer Vacations and Destinations, and more

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Tuesday news

EPA: The Environmental Protection Agency has cracked down on the coal industry and other energy producers in recent years. But in a 5-to-4 ruling, the High Court said not so fast.

Marriage: Many religious leaders are sounding off this week on the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overrule state laws defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

Chris Christie: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is the latest man to join the packed 2016 presidential race.

Debt: Puerto Rico does not have the funds to pay its debts.

Business news: Banks and the stock market are closed in Greece all week, with the European Union halting emergency funding to banks.

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The Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage

Mark Oppenheimer writes a biweekly column on religion for The New York Times.

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Commentary: An open door for the persecution of Christians and faith groups

Commentator Cal Thomas says, “If the zeitgeist and politics are more persuasive to some Justices than the Constitution, then Federal judges should be held accountable by the political system and their terms limited.”

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Preparing for ministry in Micronesia

WORLD Radio special correspondent Susan Olasky reports today on a student preparing in Guam for ministry on the island of Chuuk.

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Summer Vacations and Destinations

Want to tell us about your favorite summer getaway? Email summer@worldandeverything.com.

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June 30, 2015