Race Issues

United States of division?

Books of the Year | Solutions for pushing back against polarization
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/19/20, 11:54 am

Understanding America 
Book of the Year

The United States is more polarized than at any time since the Civil War. The highly discussed book that best recognizes that—and proposes what to do—is David French’s Divided We Fall: America’s Secession Threat and How To Restore Our Nation. If Christian conservatives no longer fall into Trump and anti-Trump camps in 2021, it’s time to think through ways to forestall dissolution. Here are some questions and French’s answers.

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Associated Press/Photo by Wilfredo Lee

Voting outside the box

Politics | Trump performed better than expected with Latino voters
by Harvest Prude
Posted 11/06/20, 05:00 pm

Early 2020 exit polls estimate that in a year of increased racial tensions, President Donald Trump improved his standing

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Ronald Pollard

After an election, reconciliation?

Daniel of the Year | In our latest issue we look at the political results but also the perseverance of John Perkins, who grew up in Mississippi, fled from it because of racism—and returned to help his former neighbors, stand up to oppressors, and glorify God
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/05/20, 04:56 pm

This is WORLD’s 23rd year of choosing a Dan of the Year, which began as a way to honor someone very different from the power-graspers Time used to celebrate as Man of the Year (now Person of the Year). Our honorees have included persecuted Christians in China and Syria, 21 Christians martyred by ISIS on a Libyan beach, and American teen believers forced to consider a question: “What would you say if someone put a gun to your head and asked, ‘Do you believe in God?’”

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