Vol. 35, No. 16
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Catastrophe upon catastrophe in Syria

Middle East | A long war has left Syria ill prepared for COVID-19—and outside forces, including the United States, might be making the battle more challenging

Matters of the mind

Politics | Questions about mental fitness will likely be a fixture of the fall presidential campaign

Homeschool surge

Back to School | With fall questions looming for school districts across the United States, more parents choose to educate their kids themselves

Public school uncertainties

Back to School | Administrators, teachers, parents, and students dash into a new school year with more questions than answers

Union University’s scramble to reopen

Back to School | Most Christian colleges can’t afford to stay closed in the fall

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8.14.20 Culture Friday, Uncle Tom, and Michael O’Brien

On Culture Friday, Nick Eicher talks to John Stonestreet about the new Philadelphia Statement on cancel culture; Megan Basham reviews the documentary Uncle Tom; and Myrna Brown profiles Christian musician Michael O’Brien. Plus: DMV woes, and the Friday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from ConquerSeries.com. Helping more than one million men break free from pornography.

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Encore episode: A conversation with Peter Wehner

This week, hear Warren Smith's 2019 conversation with author and former White House official, Peter Wehner.

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