Beyond Today Magazine: July–August 2020

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In This Issue

  • by Victor Kubik
As if a pandemic, a battered economy and soaring unemployment weren’t enough, America has once more been shocked by social unrest and racial strife. Is there a path to a better way?
  • by Victor Kubik
Are you suffering guilt over what you’ve done in the past? Are you holding on to resentment for what others have done to you? There is freedom in forgiveness—and in learning to forgive.
  • by Terri Eddington
Do you feel tired, worn down, weary? If so, you’re not alone. The struggles of life can and do grind us down. What can we do to win against weariness?
  • by Peter Eddington
With the Covid-19 pandemic and a host of global problems plaguing the world, it’s no surprise that anxiety and depression are rampant. Some even look for a way out in suicide. Yet all is not lost; we can have real hope for tomorrow. But we must look in the right place to find that true source of hope!
  • by Scott Ashley
A time of judgment and justice is coming on us. And to be clear, we are not saying we are now experiencing the fulfillment of these prophecies. But we are saying this could well be a foretaste, a wakeup call, of far worse things to come.
  • by Michael A Snyder
Seventy-five years ago, the United States waged the world’s first nuclear war. Since then, eight nations have detonated 2,056 nuclear weapons, a shocking number. As one analyst warns, nations seem “willfully blind to the peril.” Will humanity survive?