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Janie B. Cheaney

Janie B. Cheaney

Janie is a senior writer who contributes commentary to WORLD and oversees WORLD's annual Children's Book of the Year awards. She also writes novels for young adults and authored the Wordsmith creative writing curriculum. Janie resides in rural Missouri.

Articles by Janie B. Cheaney
Dangerous intersections

Dangerous intersections

A trendy theory of oppression offers only utopian delusions
The absence of good may explain evil such as mass murder
Unmarried Christians need the church, and the church needs unmarried Christians
Relativism is history, and a confused absolutism is taking its place

Merely feeling someone’s pain can lead to ‘help’ that does harm
A simple question to open doors, enlighten, and encourage
The ‘music of the spheres’ is indeed a beautiful melody
A relationship with Jesus doesn’t mean throwing out religion
The idea that being safe is an inalienable right is dangerous
We still don’t know the full effects of the breakdown in marriage