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Freaking out Darwin

Books | How the co-discoverer of natural selection later ‘disassembled and demolished’ the theory of evolution
by Tom Wolfe
Posted 9/09/17, 01:38 pm

In The Kingdom of Speech—a runner-up for WORLD’s 2016 Book of the Year in the Science, Math, and Worldviews category—Tom Wolfe has fun with Darwinism and then linguistic theory.

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A view from the editor’s chair

Media | How WORLD Magazine organizes the stories it publishes
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/02/17, 12:27 pm

WORLD Magazine readers sometimes wonder why we organize stories the way we do. Here’s a view from the editor’s chair.

First, a quick look back. U.S. newspapers in the 20th century had a simple formula: Reporters should answer six questions, 5 W’s and an H—who, what, when, where, why, and how—as close as possible to the beginning of the article.

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A central but often neglected doctrine

Books | Why our union with Christ seems less important and less real in today’s world
by Rankin Wilbourne
Posted 8/26/17, 12:59 pm

In Union with Christ—a runner-up for WORLD’s 2016 Book of the Year in the Accessible Theology category—Los Angeles pastor Rankin Wilbourne doesn’t say Christ-bonding is easy, but he rightly insists that it’s essential and explains how tough times can produce great benefits. Imagine a storm blowing a sailboat so fast that all night long death seems moments away, but in the morning you’re hundreds of miles closer to your destination.

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