Beyond Today Magazine: March–April 2017

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In This Issue

  • by Scott Ashley
Life is all about choices. When the chips are down and the stakes are high, what choices will we make?
  • by Ben Light
John 13 records some of the final lessons Jesus gave His disciples the evening before His death. What did these actions mean to them? And what should they mean to all His followers?
  • by John LaBissoniere
Even as the intractable Palestinian-Israeli conflict continues amid relentless calls for peace negotiations, the Bible reveals that a major military peril will come from an unlikely source. What does the future hold for Israel, and how will peace in the region finally be achieved?
  • by George Carter
The shock waves have died down, but the effects will continue. The British people voted to leave the European Union, and it came as a great surprise to many, including even the British government under then-Prime Minister David Cameron. But the roots of this decision actually go back centuries.
  • by Dan Taylor
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union shocked the nation’s and the continent’s political elites. What’s behind it? And what does it mean for Britain and Europe as a whole?
  • by Jerold Aust
God designed seven distinct annual festivals that together portray a system of salvation for all humankind. This amazing knowledge can change your life now and forever.
  • by Nicholas Bizic
The Bible often refers to Jesus Christ as “the Lamb of God” and “our Passover.” What does this mean? What are we to learn from it, and how should it affect our lives?
  • by Scott Ashley
Every year at this time, the biblical Passover commemoration reminds us of what Jesus Christ gave up for us.
  • by Beyond Today Editor
In a June 2016 referendum, 52 percent of the British people voted for Brexit—Britain’s exit from the European Union—leading to the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron, an advocate of Britain staying in the EU. Incoming Prime Minister Theresa May wanted to move ahead with triggering Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty to begin a two-year negotiated departure, but Britain’s supreme court...
  • by Beyond Today Editor
Early last year the term “fake news” wasn’t a part of our vocabulary. Sure, there were satirical news and websites that had obvious fake news, but it was for fun and entertainment. Then this new idea of fake news spread across Facebook and other social networks. A good portion of this fake news was shared as legitimate. Some say that this helped Donald Trump win the presidential election in the...
  • by Beyond Today Editor
While in the United States most media attention is on various domestic political skirmishes like the immigration issue, abortion and presidential executive orders, the international scene is also alight with controversies and political maneuvering. Of perhaps prime importance from an international relations perspective is an emboldened China and the antagonism between the West and the giant of...
  • by Beyond Today Editor
Over the course of a week, two significant marches hit the streets of Washington, D.C.—the Women’s March on Jan. 21 and the annual March for Life on Jan. 27. Each march attracted hundreds of thousands of demonstrators, and each attempted to promote public awareness of their cause as each claimed social justice as its main goal.