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  • by Donald Ward
What will happen in 2003? No human being knows for sure. But we can observe and analyze the storm clouds that are on the horizon.
  • by Mario Seiglie
AIDS has taken a horrible toll in Africa. And the plague is far from over. If not conquered, it will take an increasing toll around the world. What will stop this horror?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
According to The Guardian, "Doctors at the Church of Scotland Hospital in Tugela Ferry [in South Africa] were already grappling with the onslaught of AIDS and its partner in death, tuberculosis."
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Health workers in Britain advocated that pensioners "be given the same sex education as teenagers after statistics indicated that cases of chlamydia among the over-50s had doubled between 2000 and 2005 and cases of genital herpes had tripled" (The Times, July 19).
  • by Rex Sexton
A large portion of the native population of southern Africa is dying. Efforts to deal with the problem in some cases only are making matters worse.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
At the recent International AIDS Conference held in Bangkok, Thailand, delegates repeatedly condemned abstinence programs. The African continent has been particularly devastated by AIDS. Interestingly, abstinence programs are the only ones that are really working there.
  • by Scott Ashley
Few people have ever considered the Bible a reliable guide for good physical and mental health. Yet scattered throughout its pages are priceless laws and principles that would literally save millions of lives every year if we would only pay attention to them.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The African continent has been devastated by AIDS, and the problem will get far worse before it gets better. Yet on a recent trip to Ghana I saw a glimmer of hope at the Kumasi Virgins Club. If only people everywhere would embrace the Seventh Commandment, the AIDS crisis could be permanently solved.
  • by Robert H Berendt
God calls people of all backgrounds, and sometimes the results of sins of the past bear a high price. "Luke" wanted me to share his story with you.