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Many ideas about Armageddon can be found in literature and movies. But what does the Bible say about Armageddon?
  • by Robert Curry
With all the bad news bombarding us daily, we hear talk about the Battle of Armageddon and the end of the world. We’ve heard it all our life, but that doesn’t make it so.
  • by Darris McNeely
Most people believe Armageddon is about the end of the world. But what does the Bible actually reveal? Learn the real truth!
  • by Amanda Stiver
Research at the site of Tel Megiddo in Israel, famous in the New Testament as Armageddon, is being done by a combination of archaeologists and scientists—specifically chemists and biologists.
  • by David Elliott
So, if one relatively modest volcano can cause so much disruption to international travel, what potential does the rest of the earth have?
  • by Gary Petty
It is claimed that an ancient Mayan calendar mysteriously ends at the winter solstice in the year 2012. Will that mark the end of human history? TV, magazines, major movie studios, booksellers and dozens of Web sites are fanning the 2012 craze. Does Bible prophecy reveal what's really coming?
  • by Jerold Aust
Writings on Armageddon have proliferated in the past 50 years. The term Armageddon has morphed into an end-of-the-world symbol, forecasting a catastrophic image for the future of mankind. In truth, the events attached to and following Armageddon will usher in global peace for all mankind! Few have ever understood what the term Armageddon actually means.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
While technology expands exponentially, the kind of knowledge we urgently need to survive ebbs and wanes. Will you be among those who wait until it's too late?
  • by Gary Petty
Every generation has its prophets of doom who claim that the end of the world is right around the corner. Could Jesus return at any time, or must certain events take place prior to His return?
  • by Good News
According to International Herald Tribune columnist Judy Dempsey, German Chancellor Angela Merkel recommended to Berlin cabinet officers that the Fatherland not support a NATO peacekeeping venture in Lebanon because it would be "too strongly identified with the United States" (Aug. 1).
  • by Darris McNeely
In last issue's article we raised the question of how today's political leaders could be deceived to fight Christ at His second coming. Could something at the site of Megiddo lead to an answer?