Culture Friday, gratitude and politics, giving thanks every day
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, how C.S. Lewis maintains timeless cultural relevance plus: Dr. Mark Mitchell on gratitude and politics, Andrée Seu Peterson discusses the imortance of giving thanks, and more
Polling: Numerous polls are at odds with the president’s take on the healthcare law’s popularity. The latest CNN/Opinion Research poll reveals that roughly 6 out of 10 Americans now oppose the law.
Ethanol: The Environmental Protection Agency is fining oil refineries for not using corn-based ethanol, even though the product is impossible to purchase.
Christmas shopping: Some businesses are focused on more than just profit, keeping in mind the reason for the season.
Business/economy: Today is, of course, one of the busiest and most important shopping days of the year for retailers. Business reporter Warren Smith elaborates on the beginning of the holiday shopping season.
A book of Psalms: A tiny book of Psalms from the year 1640 was sold at an auction in New York City for $14.2 million.
Culture Friday: C.S. Lewis’ cultural relevance
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview discusses the timeless cultural relevance of C.S. Lewis.
Gratitude and politics
WORLD News Group intern Aimee Stauf speaks with Dr. Mark Mitchell about his book, The Politics of Gratitude. His book is available for purchase here.
Every day Thanksgiving
Andrée Seu Peterson is a senior writer for WORLD News Group — and the author of Normal Kingdom Business, from World and Life Books.