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Cracker-barrel No. 1: Who controls news coverage?

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | WORLD readers regularly send me letters that ask some basic or important questions. That can sometimes feed into my prideful desire to be a cracker-barrel…

Marriage matters to Ohio high schoolers

By Bob Brown
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Education | How improbable is this: Put the organization of a biblical worldview conference into the hands of teenagers. Trust these high schoolers to coordinate…

The key worldview question: What do you see?

The key worldview question: What do you see?

By Marvin Olasky
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Worldview | I wrote in WORLD magazine’s Sept. 6 issue that the core of Christian education was learning to see. Some readers have asked if that’s a question not just…

No phony foes

No phony foes

By Joel Belz
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WORLD | WORLD and you can operate with a balanced, two-sided worldview

Clash of worldviews?

By Joel Belz
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Worldview | Caitrin Nicol and Jonathan Fisher could have a good debate about humans and animals

Drilling down

Drilling down

By Joel Belz
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Business | In business Glenn Gault bit by bit promotes a Christian worldview

What shaped Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s worldview

What shaped Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s worldview

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Terrorism | In 1973, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show released a hit single in which those good ol’ rockers raucously wondered why they couldn’t grab the gold ring of…

Journalism as a mission field

By Russ Pulliam
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Media | He was the most gifted reporter of his generation at The New York Times . John McCandlish Phillips was remembered in his death last week for that rare ability to…

Nice going

Nice going

By Joel Belz
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Foreign Policy | In giving up Truth, does a society also become angry and ugly?

'You didn't build that'?

'You didn't build that'?

By Marvin Olasky
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Worldview | The "you didn't build that" debate between conservatives and liberals that's gone on for three weeks shows how a Christian worldview differs from that of…

<em>The Hunger Games</em>: Welcome to dystopia

The Hunger Games: Welcome to dystopia

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Worldview | In 2008, Scholastic published a young-adult novel called The Hunger Games by screenwriter Suzanne Collins. Buzz for the book was intense even before it hit the…

Long twilight struggles

Long twilight struggles

By Marvin Olasky
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Worldview | What a difference a half-century makes. In 1961 John F. Kennedy famously referred to the Cold War (which sometimes became hot) as a generation-long battle…

 
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