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Germany wants to expand its coal mine operations, but environmentalists are hindering efforts; Students with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes say they just want to be treated the same as other clubs; and a man who is passionate about people and surfing. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.
Breaking news coverage from a Biblical worldview.
The latest headlines in three minutes from WORLD updated multiple times throughout the day.
Walking alongside parents, educators, and mentors as they disciple their kids and teens through current events.
The headlines blame video games for all sorts of problems among kids and teens. But are video games the culprit? Or does gaming serve a purpose in our God-ordained rhythms of work and rest?
Learn what you wish you already knew about our nation’s highest court. Hear how Supreme Court decisions directly affect you and your community. Meet the people behind the cases who are seeking to uphold freedom. Hosts and lawyers Mary Reichard and Jenny Rough take you to the scene, bringing the law to life for everyone––from appellate attorneys to high schoolers.
The Supreme Court considers questions of mitigating evidence and jury bias arising from the trial of one of the Boston Marathon bombers.
In this narrative podcast, we tell stories creatively about interesting people encountering big ideas. It’s journalism plus storytelling, informed by a Biblical worldview.
The Kim regime’s information blockade is crumbling. Truth under the totalitarian society is finding a foothold. Free North Korea Radio is sending hope and the Gospel across the DMZ.
Season 1 of this true-crime podcast investigates the case of Terri Schiavo, a brain-injured woman whose husband and parents fought a bitter legal war over her right to die or … right to live.
Exhausted by a week of testimony in the trial over Terri’s feeding tube, Michael and the Schindlers wait for a verdict. But the fight isn’t over yet.
An investigation into American poverty-fighting and the ministries on the front lines of helping the hurting.
What proof do we have that prison ministry really works?
WORLD Senior Correspondent Kim Henderson investigates a shocking criminal case involving a minister who thinks he’s above the law.
Part 1 of a shocking story about abuse of power ... and people
Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian influencers, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.
A biblical framework for understanding modern life and culture
Long-form, immersive stories about God’s world and His redemptive work in it.
What do the 2022 midterms mean for issues concerning evangelical Christians?
Select conversations between WORLD's Marvin Olasky and people on the front lines of our cultural, political, and spiritual challenges.
Emma Green is a religion reporter for The Atlantic. In this 2019 interview, Marvin Olasky talks with Green about some of her memorable stories and how she has navigated contested topics.