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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Culture Friday, Singing in the Shower
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a discussion about a new book trying to separate theology from the ethics of human sexuality, plus: Bob Case continues his series on the American Songbook with songs of April and springtime, and more
Obamacare deadlines: The administration has missed 44 deadlines in Obamacare since the law was passed. According to a congressional report, that’s more than half of the 83 deadlines required.
Delays: Congressman Stephen Lynch of Massachusetts told Boston Herald radio that parts of the Obamacare laws have been delayed because they are “unpalatable.”
Hypocrisy: WORLD News Group’s Jim Henry reports that conservatives are accusing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of hypocrisy in his attacks on the Koch brothers.
Attacked: This week, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has been the target of racially charged attacks on social media.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the US stock market experienced an up and down day on Thursday.
Culture Friday: The Bible and sexuality
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview discusses Matthew Vines’s new book God and the Gay Christian.
‘Singing in the Shower’: Songs of April
Bob Case is the former director of the WORLD Journalism Institute. His “Singing in the Shower’ feature, exploring the Great American Songbook, airs twice each month.