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The World and Everything in It: February 16, 2024

The World and Everything in It: February 16, 2024

On Culture Friday, the theological difference between “He Gets Us” and “He Saves Us”; Oscar nominees for best animated film of 2023; and a poet responds to cancer. Plus, a look at two-faced expressions on Word Play and the Friday morning news

The Lakewood Church shooter had a history of mental illness, defending religious liberty at home and abroad, remembering marathoner Kelvin Kiptum, and an Ohio church receives code violations for sheltering the homeless. Plus, Cal Thomas on the docuseries Gospel and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, why Republicans in Congress are split on foreign aid to Ukraine; on World Tour, news from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador, Greece, and China; and a video series discussing sexuality issues and Biblical truth. Plus, Bethel McGrew on euthanasia for terminally ill children and the Wednesday morning news

Governors address abortion and pro-life positions, enrollment in trade schools rises amidst increased demand, and a Muslim searches for God. Plus, Hunter Baker on El Salvador’s strongman president and the Tuesday morning news


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On Legal Docket, the Supreme Court considers whether a state can remove Donald Trump from the primary ballot; on the Monday Moneybeat, the status of commercial real estate in the United States; and on the World History Book, FDR’s plan to pack the Supreme Court. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, how Hamas harms children; the new TV mini-series Masters of the Air captures the horrors and heroism of American airmen in WWII; and an audio postcard from a fishing village in Italy. Plus, the Friday morning news

The United States responds to attacks from Iran-backed militias, a Tennessee court finds six pro-life activists guilty of conspiracy and violating federal law, and a homeschool robotics team. Plus, Cal Thomas on the Senate’s border bill and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, a failed Senate border bill and a bipartisan House tax bill; on World Tour, news from Namibia, Chile, El Salvador, and China; and neighbors in the West Bank struggle to rein in violence. Plus, Janie B. Cheaney on the value of children and the Wednesday morning news

Senate negotiators unveil a border deal and a grassroots convoy at the southern border, Pennsylvania lawmakers consider rescinding safety regulations for abortion facilities, and February’s Classic Book of the Month helps families remember Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Plus, Brad Littlejohn on Elon Musk’s Neuralink project and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, cases about bankruptcy and deportation; on the Monday Moneybeat, a strong jobs report; and remembering the life and legacy of WORLD founder Joel Belz. Plus, the Monday morning news