Fiction, fake news, and finding perspective
In a world of fake news, developing news literacy takes work. But we might find help through an unexpected practice: reading fiction.
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See more from the News Coach, including episode transcripts.
- Read “C. S. Lewis on Why You Should Read Fiction” at The Gospel Coalition.
- Listen to our episode on “How to find accurate information online,” featuring WORLD’s Collin Garbarino and Juliana Chan Erikson.
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