Vol. 33, No. 4
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Dueling visions, gnawing suspicions

Missions | The battle over a proposed sale of American evangelism’s ‘Missions Pentagon’ raises questions of missionary strategy and nonprofit accountability. What responsibility do ministries have to their founder’s vision—and to those who sacrificed to fund it?

November prospects

Politics | A jump in President Trump’s approval rating boosts GOP hopes

High hopes

Art | Why curating a church art gallery is like ‘walking on a razor blade’

Lustful eyes

Media | In the massive global scourge that is pornography, men are not the only addicts

All right, we are two nations

Politics | One America has a sense of purpose, the other a terribly sick sense of humor

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

Sentencing reform, and currency miners

Evan Wilt talks about prison reform legislation moving through the U.S. Senate, and Sarah Schweinsberg reports on a consumer protection law in Missouri. Plus: Michael Cochrane explains cryptojacking.

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

A conversation with Joel Beeke

This week, Warren Smith talks with author, pastor, and seminary president Joel Beeke. Beeke is a passionate and learned advocate of the Puritans and Reformed theology. Beeke has written 100 books, and his 100th book is called "Knowing and Growing in Assurance of Faith." It is Beeke's latest treatment of what has become an important preoccupation of his career and a key idea of Reformed theology. Beeke is the president of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

WORLD Around the World

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