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Emily Whitten

Emily Whitten

Emily is a book critic and writer for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute and University of Mississippi graduate, previously worked at Peachtree Publishers, and developed a mother's heart for good stories over a decade of homeschooling. Emily resides with her family in Nashville, Tenn.

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Articles by Emily Whitten
A son of Abraham?

A son of Abraham?

BOOKS | Author offers a religious and intellectual look at Lincoln

TRENDING | Three new books by Christian authors aim to undo the harm of critical race theory

Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President by Allen Guelzo takes readers to the mind and heart of one of America’s greatest presidents

CHILDREN’S BOOKS OF THE YEAR | These children’s books will strengthen any library


Shawn Okpebholo’s album Lord, How Come Me Here? is one Christians can enjoy

The controversial 1958 book Things Fall Apart can provide Christians with some cultural insights when paired with a new Nigerian author

A group of high school students learn lessons from a modern day monastery

Paul Kwami left behind a rich musical legacy

CHILDREN’S BOOKS | Stories of adventure, heroism, and friendship

A nonfiction book by G.K. Chesterton that can help us focus on God