Vol. 34, No. 6
Greg Schneider/Genesis
False convictions, ruined lives

Law | False rape accusations may be statistically ‘rare,’ but they happen every day in the United States

Cambodian casinoville

Cities | Chinese wealth is transforming the formerly sleepy beach town of Sihanoukville, Cambodia, into a tourist and gambling hot spot—and many locals aren’t happy about it

Turnaround town

Cities | Chattanooga’s reinvention—and those left behind

Magical thinking

Religion | Americans—including some churchgoers—are showing an increasing interest in New Age beliefs and practices

Darkness deepens

Venezuela | Pastors and churches brave danger to bring relief to Venezuelans

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

3.21.19 Churches paying taxes, and the Olasky Interview

Kristen Flavin reports on how churches and other nonprofits got hit with unexpected changes to the tax code; Julie Borg discusses companies who promise to reveal the hidden talents of children; and Marvin Olasky talks with Stephen Baskerville about how sex became a political issue. Plus: a preview of Listening In and commentary from Cal Thomas.

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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 Ralph Reed

This week, Warren Smith talks with Christian political activist Ralph Reed.

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WORLD Around the World

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