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The World and Everything in It is an Apple Podcasts top 100 News program delivering essential headlines, field reporting, interviews, and expert analysis every weekday. Hear original coverage such as a weekly overview of every Supreme Court case, biblical cultural analysis, and key international stories.


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Listening In - A conversation with Sean McDowell - S10.E10

A gracious, kind, understanding first approach to apologetics

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WORLD Radio - Listening In - A conversation with Sean McDowell - S10.E10


The World and Everything in It - June 24, 2022

On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet talks about the potential reactions to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Dobbs case; and a review of a new biopic about Elvis. Plus: pro-life reading resources, and the Friday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - June 24, 2022


Friday morning news - June 24, 2022

New York’s gun laws get overturned by the Supreme Court, while the Senate advanced a bipartisan gun safety bill, the Capitol riot hearings continue, Ukraine is officially a candidate to join the EU, the Biden administration proposes changes to Title IX, and Juul e-cigarettes will no longer be sold in stores in the U.S.

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WORLD Radio - Friday morning news - June 24, 2022


Culture Friday - All eyes on the Court

Preparing for the Supreme Court’s decision that could end Roe v. Wade

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WORLD Radio - Culture Friday - All eyes on the Court


The life of Elvis

In theaters this weekend, a new biopic about Elvis’s life and the manager who pushed him

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WORLD Radio - The life of Elvis


Pro-life reading resources

Christians have produced great books to help the country’s hottest cultural battle from the beginning

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WORLD Radio - Pro-life reading resources


The World and Everything in It - June 23, 2022

A win for religious exercise handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court; international courts attempt to hold Russia accountable for war crimes in Ukraine; and the difference that the court surface can make in a game of tennis. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - June 23, 2022


Thursday morning news - June 23, 2022

The Fed addresses concerns about interest rates and inflation, rescuers in Afghanistan are looking for survivors after a deadly quake, Louisiana’s governor signs an abortion bill, President Biden calls on Congress for gas tax holiday, federal wildfire firefighters are combatting a staffing shortage

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WORLD Radio - Thursday morning news - June 23, 2022


Cracking down on the Kremlin

Will international courts be able to hold Russian leaders accountable for war crimes?

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WORLD Radio - Cracking down on the Kremlin


School choice in Maine

The Supreme Court has affirmed the right of religious organizations to participate in public benefit programs

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WORLD Radio - School choice in Maine


Kicker - The world’s youngest children’s author

A British author set a record in the Guinness Book of World Records

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WORLD Radio - Kicker - The world’s youngest children’s author


Tennis court turf

Different types of surfaces make for different types of games

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WORLD Radio - Tennis court turf


Cal Thomas - Two paths diverged

What if we can’t agree on the right road and where the wrong road is leading us?

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WORLD Radio - Cal Thomas - Two paths diverged


The World and Everything in It - June 22, 2022

On Washington Wednesday, a report on the shortcomings of the January 6th hearings; on World Tour, the latest international news; and the reason summer camps are having a hard time with staffing. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It - June 22, 2022


Wednesday morning news - June 22, 2022

Texas’s top law enforcement officer is calling the Uvalde response an “abject failure,” the Supreme Court says Maine cannot withhold tuition assistance from students at rural religious schools, thousands of British railway workers are on strike, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland made a surprise visit to Ukraine, two American citizens were captured by Russian forces while fighting in Ukraine

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WORLD Radio - Wednesday morning news - June 22, 2022


Washington Wednesday - Shortcomings of the January 6th hearings

Republican leaders say the hearings are merely a partisan political show

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WORLD Radio - Washington Wednesday - Shortcomings of the January 6th hearings


World Tour - Colombians welcome a leftist leader

Plus: Protests in the UK over the cost of living, flooding in China, and church attacks in Nigeria

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WORLD Radio - World Tour - Colombians welcome a leftist leader


Kicker - Trouble brewing in Pakistan

The Pakistani government is asking its citizens to drink less tea

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WORLD Radio - Kicker - Trouble brewing in Pakistan


Summer camps struggle with staffing

Although camper numbers are on the rise, camp leaders say staffing has been a problem

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WORLD Radio - Summer camps struggle with staffing


Janie B. Cheaney - God’s love and justice

God is reason and emotion, perfectly integrated with holiness

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WORLD Radio - Janie B. Cheaney - God’s love and justice


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