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The World and Everything in It: October 23, 2023

The World and Everything in It: October 23, 2023

On Legal Docket, the law of the sea comes into question over an insurance coverage dispute; on the Monday Moneybeat, whether the war in the Middle East is affecting the markets; and on the World History Book, a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians turns 25. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, a conversation with Rosaria Butterfield about the lies of gender identity; a review of Killers of the Flower Moon, a story about the murder of Osage Indians in 1920s; and on Word Play, George Grant highlights nonsense words from TV. Plus, the Friday morning news

President Biden visits Israel, an Oklahoma board approves a religious charter school, and a controversial pro-life communication strategy. Plus, commentary from Cal Thomas and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, Jim Jordan loses in the first speaker vote on Tuesday; on World Tour, news from China, Australia, Guatemala, France, and South Africa; and church librarians meet to discuss challenges in reaching the next generation with good literature. Plus, commentary from Janie B. Cheaney and the Wednesday morning news


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Israel prepares a ground offensive against Hamas in Gaza, small farms find creative ways to benefit from big tech, and as public libraries become increasingly unsafe, church libraries have an opportunity to fill the gap. Plus, commentary from Janie B. Cheaney and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, who has standing to sue when hotels fail to post information about accessibility for disabled people; on the Monday Moneybeat, rising consumer prices signal that inflation is sticking around; and on the World History Book, events from the Arab-Israeli conflict going back in time. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, those who live by ideology die by ideology; three classic somber romance films from 1993; and a book that helps Christians be more intentional with their digital life. Plus, the Friday morning news

Christian drug rehab programs differ over prioritizing abstinence or medication; Abortion abolitionists and pro-lifers bring divergent goals to the table; and encouragement for believers doing campus ministry in hard places. Plus, commentary from Cal Thomas and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, business in the House of Representatives is at a standstill; On World Tour, news from Israel, the United Kingdom, India, and Kenya; and a missionary in a dangerous country. Plus, commentary from Daniel Darling and the Wednesday morning news

Hamas attack blindsides Israel, Christians in Pakistan face new persecution, and an artist paints the blank canvas of her life after a brain disease. Plus, commentary from A.S. Ibrahim and the Tuesday morning news