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Jamie Dean

Jamie Dean

Jamie is national editor of WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously worked for The Charlotte World. Jamie has covered politics, disasters, religion, and more for WORLD. She resides in Charlotte, N.C.

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Theodicy odyssey

Theodicy odyssey

2021 Book of the Year: Accessible Theology A book on evil demonstrates God’s goodness

Joel Belz became a journalist with a desire to help Christians think Biblically about the news, even when the truth is unpopular. Decades later, he’s still pounding out columns and hoping shoe-leather journalism remains helpful—and even hopeful—in a divisive and difficult age

Remembering the glory is in the details

As abductions in Haiti increase, churches and ministries find themselves in the crosshairs


Venezuela’s ongoing political crisis fuels a humanitarian disaster, leaving citizens looking for hope

Four accessible theology reviews

Can Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis parlay his COVID response into a national political payoff?

Applying Scripture to our hearts, not just our politics

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis draws praise and scorn for his approach to the COVID-19 pandemic—and he offers a glimpse of what the next wave of national elections might hold

A momentous withdrawal from Afghanistan went awry for the Biden administration, and politicians aren’t the only ones suffering for it