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Keep your eye on the Kurds

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Q&A | WORLD’s current issue includes an interview with Stephen Mansfield, author of many biographies and now writing a book on Kurdistan. Tell us about the new…

O, for a paid internship …

By Marvin Olasky
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WORLD | Read this current announcement and weep: “ The New Republic is seeking a spring editorial intern to start immediately in our D.C. office. Candidates should…

A Wheaton discussion of homosexuality

By Marvin Olasky, Philip Ryken, Amanda Morris & Rosaria Butterfield
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Homosexuality | Former lesbian Rosaria Butterfield found controversy and opportunity on her recent visit to a Christian college campus

Sylvia Bolling’s infectious laugh

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Cities | One section of WORLD’s current cover story on Houston describes the career of poverty-fighting entrepreneur Sylvia Bolling. Much of what she’s learned…

Sophistos and trendies vs. real families?

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Cities | Houston, the cover story subject in the current issue of WORLD magazine, is ground zero for the biggest debate among urbanologists these days: Who’s right,

Houston heads, Houston tales

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Cities | In researching the cover story in the issue of WORLD that went online this morning, I lived in Houston for a month, drove the city and suburbs with seven…

A rocky documentary debut

A rocky documentary debut

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Documentary | How explicit about faith should a Christian filmmaker be?

Houston: A semisweet land of liberty

Houston: A semisweet land of liberty

By Marvin Olasky
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Cities | The U.S. economy is bogged down, but Houston is growing rapidly, looking past problems, and proclaiming, ‘You CAN make it here.’

History makers

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Q&A | One famous Western leader suffered from severe depression, another was a devout evangelical Christian, and a third is just plain mystifying, says pastor…

A game of hearts

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Books offer test of one’s theology and philosophy

The revolution is on television: Ukraine

By Marvin Olasky
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Ukraine | Jill Nelson is doing well with her reports on the Ukraine. You can watch a live feed of what’s happening in downtown Kiev on Espreso TV, a privately owned…

Groupon’s flub or brilliance?

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History | Is Groupon historically illiterate or exceptionally clever? On Friday it issued a press release announcing a Presidents Day offer: customers would get $10 off…

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