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  • by Beyond Today Editor
Last week, news reports broke that the regime of Syria's president Bashar al Assad apparently used chemical weaponsin a massacre of civilians on a scale not yet seen in that country's two-year-long civil war. A year ago, U.S.
  • by Robin Webber
Today our world is besieged with a seemingly never-ending cycle of violence. Unfortunately, this cycle of "payback time" appears alive and well wherever humans draw breath and are willing to use their last ounce of energy to exercise their own perceived right to exact revenge.
  • by Cecil Maranville
The disaster in the Darfur region of Sudan is called "the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today." Why doesn't the United Nations simply stop it? Why don't the world's powerful nations step in to end the crisis? This article separates the tangled issues to show what is happening and why, as well as what to expect next.
  • by Steve McNeely
In our democratic societies we attempt to settle disagreements with rhetoric rather than revolvers. What about those in God's Church who have differences? Should we forge agreement with hammer blows? Will forceful rhetoric bring us to consensus?
  • by Steve Myers
Let's determine to throw off all that hinders us. Let's resolve to allow God to show us the spiritual necessities.