Catch up with the news of the week on The World and Everything in It
As you relax or run errands this weekend, join Nick Eicher and Joseph Slife as they host the latest edition of The World and Everything in It. WORLD's engaging radio news magazine features the news that affects you the most and—more importantly—helps you to understand it all from a Christian worldview perspective.
Here are some highlights from this weekend's program:
New national security team, Cal Thomas, Vice President Joe Biden talks on gun control, Supreme Court rejects challenge to Obama stem cell research, January pro-life series with Hadley Arkes, Downton Abbey, Open Door releases persecution list, pastor taken to court for speech in foreign country, John Stonestreet on the persecuted church, Georgia Power to shut coal plants, markets and the economy, Pastor Louie Giglio forced to bow out of Obama inauguration, notable speech by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Robert George on marriage, reality TV show women struggling with aftermath of abortion, redeeming "Hallelujah," The History Book, and more.
TW&E now airs on more than 260 radio stations across the country. Be sure to check out our station list to find out when and where TW&E airs this weekend near you.
And if the program doesn't air where you live, or you missed it, don't worry: WORLD offers great alternative listening options: You can listen online, or download an mp3 file of the entire program or individual segments and take it with you to listen to wherever you go. Even better, subscribe to our free podcast via iTunes or our RSS feed and never miss another program. We're also available on Ligonier Ministries' Ref Net (Saturdays and Sundays at 1 p.m. ET) and on your mobile device through the Stitcher and TuneIn apps.
So whether you tune in on your car radio, your computer, or your mobile phone, listen to The World and Everything in It. "It's like NPR from a Christian worldview," writes Gospel Coalition blogger Trevin Wax.
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