Vol. 35, No. 2
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The gospel according to Pete

Politics | Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg speaks often of his religion—but he tailors it to fit his politics, and it focuses on works over faith

Groundhog years in Argentina

History | Argentina was once one of the richest countries in the world, but an embrace of ever-growing government made it poor

Invisible hands

Publishing | Anyone can be an author nowadays, but knowing who wrote the book may be a different story

An evil traffic

Europe | In the Netherlands, legal prostitution hasn’t turned out the way advocates predicted, and some are fighting to end it

Fault lines and fissures

News analysis | A series of earthquakes—both real and symbolic—shook the ground and exposed divides during the first weeks of 2020

NPR from a Christian Worldview: Each weekday morning, enjoy daily radio news, interviews, commentary, and original features reported from the field.

1.23.20 Forgiving medical debt, and redeeming sin-filled buildings

Anna Johansen visits a church in Illinois that is raising money to pay off medical debt for struggling families; Mary Reichard covers the latest on the discrimination case against Christian bakery owners in Oregon; and Maria Baer reports on one man’s effort to redeem property once used for sinful exploits in Toledo, Ohio. Plus: a preview of this week’s Listening In, a money-saving navigation error, and the Thursday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate.

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Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian thought leaders, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.

A conversation with Josh Bales

This week, hear Warren Smith's conversation with singer/songwriter Josh Bales.

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WORLD Around the World

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