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Bott Radio Network Reaches 100 Stations

December 31, 2014  |  Press Releases

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Dec. 31, 2014 – Bott Radio Network (BRN) achieved a major milestone of reaching 100 stations with the launch of three new FM stations in December. The new FM signals include 97.1 FM in Jefferson City, Mo.; 100.5 FM in Joplin, Mo.; and 95.9 FM in Pittsburg,… Read More


David Brooks on the edge

May 2, 2015  |  World Magazine

David Brooks, a columnist for The New York Times , is a Jew struggling with DRA: different religion attraction. And not just any religion, but Christianity. That’s tough. Becoming a JuBu or a JuAth—a Jewish-Buddhist or a Jewish-atheist—is socially acceptable among all Jews… Read More


Weekend Reads: Catholic critique and arming ourselves

May 2, 2015  |  World Magazine

Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An Evangelical Assessment By Gregg R. Allison You won’t find the pope labeled the “antichrist” here; in fact, pejorative language has been carefully banished from Gregg Allison’s  Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An… Read More


Britain welcomes royal baby girl

May 2, 2015  |  World Magazine

It’s a princess for Britain’s Prince William and wife Kate. Royal officials reported that Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth this morning to a girl, the couple’s second child. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces, and was born at 8:34 a.m. local time in the Lindo… Read More


Nigeria frees more women and girls from Boko Haram

May 2, 2015  |  World Magazine

Nigeria announced its military has freed 234 girls and women held captive by Boko Haram in the Sambisa Forest. This latest rescue brings the total number of released hostages this week to more than 677. The military did not say whether any of the girls were taken from the… Read More


Part 2: What’s the matter with evolution?

May 2, 2015  |  World Magazine

Five more scientific problems found in evolutionary theory Read More


Religious freedom panel: Terror, violence spreading…

May 1, 2015  |  World Magazine

WASHINGTON—The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) this week urged the Obama administration to increase public pressure on foreign governments “perpetrating or tolerating” severe persecution of religious minorities around the world.… Read More


When hazing goes wrong

May 1, 2015  |  World Magazine

Saint Olaf College is a small but highly rated liberal arts college in Northfield, Minn. Athletically it is in the NCAA’s Division III but is more known for academic rigor than prowess in sports. Recently, though, Saint Olaf made some waves when school officials announced they… Read More


Marriage at the high court and the American crisis of…

May 1, 2015  |  World Magazine

This week, I talked with John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview about the arguments over marriage at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. Stonestreet said the debate before the court was illuminating, if not surprising. “Wherever the law lands on… Read More


Globe Trot: Foreign aid piling up at Nepalese ports,…

May 1, 2015  |  World Magazine

NEPAL: Local churches representing Nepal’s tiny Christian minority are pooling resources to assist in relief efforts following Saturday’s earthquake. But locals also are warning against sending aid via overseas organizations that lack boots on the ground. As we’ve seen in… Read More


Midday Roundup: Freddie Gray’s death ruled a homicide

May 1, 2015  |  World Magazine

Improper arrest. Baltimore’s chief prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby, today called the death of Freddie Gray a homicide and said she had probable cause to file charges against the officers who arrested him. Gray died after sustaining a neck injury while in police custody. Mosby said… Read More