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The World and Everything in It: September 9, 2022

The World and Everything in It: September 9, 2022

On Culture Friday, the legacy of a unique British monarch; Leah Savas reviews a film about the beauty of life and adoption; and TobyMac’s latest recording project inspired by the death of his son. Plus: the Friday morning news.

As technology advances, Christians have an opportunity to think through what it means to be human; the UN has released its long-awaited report on human rights abuses in China; and a story of God’s faithfulness during the pandemic. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.

On Washington Wednesday, measures to get inflation under control; on World Tour, the first-ever World Journalism Institute course in Europe; and a music ministry to homeless people around the country. Plus: commentary from Joel Belz, and the Wednesday morning news.

The legacy of the last Soviet leader, homeschooling is continuing to rise after it experienced an explosion in numbers during the pandemic, and a book to help Christians see through some of the false claims of Darwinian evolution. Plus: commentary from Whitney Williams, and the Tuesday morning news.


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On Legal Docket, a New York censorship dispute over pro-second amendment opinions; on Moneybeat, explaining economic concepts; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.

On Culture Friday, the importance of parents engaging in the culture war as a way of discipling their children; and Collin Garbarino reviews a new Amazon Prime series based on a prequel to The Lord of the Rings. Plus: Ask the Editor, and the Friday morning news.

The United States enters a new era of space exploration; the Tokyo Electric Power Company plans to release radioactive water into the ocean in 2023; and a man ministers to people in the Ukrainian war zone. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.

The implications of President Biden’s plan for student loan forgiveness; some Americans are helping to sponsor Ukrainian refugees; and one man’s story of helping people flee Afghanistan. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news.

Educators worry about whether students are prepared for college after the pandemic; America responds to airstrikes against our troops in Syria; and a timeline of events leading to the Afghanistan pullout one year ago. Plus: a true crime podcast review, and the Tuesday morning news.

On Legal Docket, a flight attendant fired for expressing pro-life beliefs gets her day in court; on Moneybeat, the economic effect canceling student loan debt may have; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.