Warren Cole Smith

Warren is the host of WORLD Radio’s Listening In. He previously served as WORLD's vice president and associate publisher. He currently serves as president of MinistryWatch and has written or co-written several books, including Restoring All Things: God's Audacious Plan to Change the World Through Everyday People. Warren resides in Charlotte, N.C. Follow him on Twitter @WarrenColeSmith.

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Paul Copan on winning hearts, not arguments

Q&A | A Christian philosophy professor talks about the real purpose of apologetics
by Warren Cole Smith
Posted 7/27/15, 04:10 pm

Paul Copan teaches philosophy and ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida. As a philosophy professor, he explains tough questions about God to both Christian and non-Christian audiences. He’s the author or co-author of more than 25 books, including Is God a Moral Monster? and Did God Really Command Genocide: Coming to Terms with the Justice of God. Copan served as president of the Evangelical Philosophical Society for six years. 

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Dollars and Sense: Stock drop in China ripples around the world

Money
by Warren Cole Smith
Posted 7/27/15, 10:15 am

Selling off. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is in negative territory for the year after last week’s sell-off, which is continuing today. We’re in the midst of earnings season on Wall Street, and the numbers have been OK. But revenue, forward-looking statements, and a slowing global economy are causing the sell-off. The Chinese stock market dropped 8 percent today, despite strong measures put in place by the Chinese government to prevent large shareholders from selling.

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Center for Medical Progress

The tipping point?

Abortion | Undercover videos shed light on Planned Parenthood’s ghastly business
by Warren Cole Smith
Posted 7/24/15, 01:00 am

Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is a $1 billion behemoth that receives more than $300 million a year from the U.S. government. That’s made it a target of pro-life organizations for decades—though mostly to no avail. Planned Parenthood remains the largest abortion provider in the country.

But that could be about to change, thanks in large part to a 26-year-old activist with a video camera.

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