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Taquan M. Young/Delaware, Ohio
March 26: As a teen who watches WORLD Watch and reads WORLD articles about Putin’s war in Ukraine, I’ve been blown away by your lack of bias and fearmongering. You make me aware of the difficult times in which I live but remind me that there is hope because God is still on His throne. Thank you for your commitment to honesty, integrity, and a Biblical worldview.
Kevin Lantaff/Commerce City, Colo.
March 26: I was extremely disappointed in your article on the pandemic. In your discussion of the status of mandates for various countries, you failed to draw any conclusions concerning their effectiveness or the damage they caused. You completely missed the most important part of the discussion.
Allison Fawley/Allegan, Mich.
March 26: As an 18-year-old who is still trying to find her place in the world, I have regularly asked myself what’s God’s will and what isn’t? What’s the right path and what is wrong? Janie B. Cheaney’s column not only reminded me of the truth that God will provide, but it also encouraged me to trust in my own choices—even if they could be wrong or imperfect.
Elisabeth Bodey/St. Paris, Ohio
I can relate to much of Janie B. Cheaney’s story. I too have agonized over my choices, and I have often felt paralyzed. But her column brought me peace. It’s going into my journal for future reference.
Miyleah Young/Delaware, Ohio
March 26: Thank you for reporting on the heartwarming story of conjoined twins. In this time of division in our country, I was encouraged by the support Dwight and Stephanie Castle have received from friends and family. It is such a beautiful example of the body of Christ being the hands and feet of Jesus.
Gary Baker/Edgerton, Minn.
March 26: Andrée Seu Peterson’s column hit the nail right on the head. We are working really hard at destroying ourselves.
Eddie Tison/Newport News, Va.
March 26: In Emily Whitten’s review of True or False: A CIA Analyst’s Guide to Spotting Fake News, she gives the book a qualified endorsement, with the caveat that author Cindy L. Otis “does support the LGBTQ+ cause, and she recommends media outlets like NPR as balanced and neutral.” Considering the subject matter, how could anyone with those views possibly be worth reading?
William O’Rourke/Ames, Iowa
March 26: Collin Garbarino’s understated “numerous instances of coarse language” in The Adam Project would have been more helpfully expressed as a continuous stream of profanity (abuse of both God’s and Jesus Christ’s names), vulgarity, and occasional potty mouth.
Michael Miller/Calgary, Alberta, Canada
March 26: Collin Garbarino’s review of The Batman grieved me. Instead of warning Christians to stay away from this movie because it will be toxic to their soul, he concludes by detailing how he thinks Gotham is “a metaphor for the fallen world.” If it’s only a picture of the fallen world, then why should Christians watch it? I would rather you drop the whole culture section than continue to confuse immature believers and affirm their love for the world.
Gary Darstein/Baldwinsville, N.Y.
March 26: I felt like I was reading a Democratic National Committee press release indicating that Ketanji Brown Jackson was a solid choice for the Supreme Court, a moderate that both sides could support. If this is the kind of nominee that conservatives support, the right is in big trouble.
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