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The World and Everything in It: December 7, 2023

The World and Everything in It: December 7, 2023

Two hundred thousand Israelis remain displaced from their homes; in Great Britain, courts allow doctors to take children off of life support; and Dutch expatriates in Washington, D.C., keep their traditions alive far from home. Plus, Cal Thomas on the false prophets of climate-ology and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, funding for Israel and Ukraine remains stalled in Congress; on World Tour, news from various South American and African countries; and a tree farm in Kentucky helps families find the perfect tree. Plus, Ryan Bomberger on the fiction of black families lacking access to abortion and the Friday morning news

A Seattle district court rules against a Christian nonprofit in a case related to a Christian code of conduct for employees, the political legacy of Henry Kissinger, and Classic Book of the Month introduces children to swashbuckling squirrels. Plus, Daniel Suhr on the bitter aftertaste of Obergefell and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, oral arguments in cases of double jeopardy and immigration law; on the Monday Moneybeat, what’s behind record-breaking domestic oil production numbers; and on the World History Book, the mixed Supreme Court legacy of former Justice Sandra Day O’Conner. Plus, the Monday morning news


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On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet says Pope Francis punches right and coddles left, The Shift by Angel Studios puts a sci-fi spin on the story of Job, and Ask the Editor for December. Plus, the Music of Advent and the Friday morning news

Christian web developers making chatbots for the church, Sudanese refugees at risk of losing humanitarian support, and a medical clinic for immigrants in Georgia. Plus, Cal Thomas on President Biden’s plummeting poll numbers and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, what to expect when Ron DeSantis and Gavin Newsom debate red state versus blue state policies; on World Tour, news from Norway, Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and China; and Christians from Texas volunteer to feed hungry people in Israel. Plus, commentary from Janie B. Cheaney and the Wednesday morning news

Hamas’ hostage deal with Israel helps the terror group change the subject; Dutch voters reject ruling parties in favor of the anti-immigration, anti-Islam Party of Freedom; and raising refugee children to hold onto their Christian traditions in Ohio. Plus, Merriam-Webster’s word of 2023, Nathanael Blake on men and marriage, and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, oral arguments about veterans benefits and whether the U.S. government can be sued under the Fair Credit Reporting Act; on the Monday Moneybeat, the board behind OpenAI’s tumultuous coup and countercoup; and on the World History Book, 60 years ago, President John F. Kennedy is shot. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, the disturbing trend of young Western women converting to Islam; the big budget movies Napoleon and Wish; and Listener Feedback for November. Plus, the Friday morning news