Surprising Good News About the State of Our World
by Bradley R.E. WrightIt's easy to get discouraged or feel paralyzed by what you hear about the terrible state of the world. But what if the media and other prophets of doom have misled us? Could the world actually be getting better? Sociolologist Brad Wright uses the best available data to uncover the truth about the world's most important issues, including poverty, sickness, education, morality and the environment.
By Bethany House Publishers
An overview of the new book Upside.
By Patton Dodd
Worried about the state of the world? Sociologist Bradley Wright says you're probably concerned about the wrong things.
By David Swartz
The ravages of sin, failure, and brokenness might make us feel like God caught the last bus off this planet. "Upside" helps us realize He's still here.
By Bradley Wright
Read the first chapter of the new book Upside: Surprising Good News About The State Of The World.
By Joel Best
Upside, the new book by sociologist Brad Wright, may—although it should not—surprise many readers.
By Tony Jones
Upside was a welcome read this weekend, amid sky-is-falling debt ceiling negotiations.
By Dillon Burroughs
While some young Americans invest their increased education on improving their video game scores, the bottom line is that today’s young people are smarter than at any point in American History.
By Jana Riess
With riots in London, a nosedive in the stock market, and Michelle Bachmann dominating the airwaves, it’s hard to believe that the world is actually getting better.