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  • by Good News
The messages that became the Koran, or Quran, make up a volume about four-fifths the size of the New Testament.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
To comprehend why Islamic and Western civilization conflict so sharply requires studying the basic differences between their underlying philosophies. Make no mistake: The bare facts reveal that the West now finds itself in very serious jeopardy. 
  • by Noel Hornor
Today some are trying to rewrite history to argue that the United States was founded as a secular, nonreligious nation. The historical record clearly tells a much different story!
  • by Gary Petty
Jesus of Nazareth is the central figure of Christianity. His followers claimed He was the Jewish Messiah who would rule the earth, but He was put to death as a criminal. Did Jesus fail as the Messiah?
  • by United Church of God
In order to appreciate more fully what we believe, it may help to understand the religious beliefs of others.
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Would we recognize that treasure in the field or the pearl of great price? Or do we place too much value on the wrong things?
  • by Walter Hawk
Many of America’s Founding Fathers were inspired by Christian principles. Is there anything we can learn from them?
  • by Darris McNeely
If you go to Jerusalem as a tourist today, you can visit the Western Wall, the Temple Mount and other sites throughout the city virtually unencumbered.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Hockey depends on teamwork. So does God’s way of life. While God values us as individuals, He also requires a surrender of self that we might accomplish His purpose.