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  • by Michael Kelley
Over recent months America has been repeatedly stricken by devastating tornadoes, floods, wildfires and drought. Is there a message for us in these events? What is the biblical perspective on such disasters?
  • by Howard Davis
Massive natural, environmental and economic disasters have defined the first half of 2011. Bible prophecy identifies events like these as one of the identifying signs of the end times. Where will all these things lead?
  • by Noel Hornor
The world was shocked by the destructiveness of the recent earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan. The disaster proved that even a modern, technologically advanced nation is helpless against the forces of nature. What perspectives does the Bible offer on this disaster?
  • by Mario Seiglie
Recent months have seen major earthquakes rock Haiti and Chile. What does the Bible tell us about natural catastrophes, and what does this mean in today’s world?
  • by Don Hooser
Every time we hear of catastrophic events, we are reminded of how vulnerable we are to injury and death. Life is indeed very fragile. And the Bible reveals that disasters will increase. In describing events of the end time, Jesus warned that "there will be great earthquakes in various places" as well as other destructive disasters (Luke 21:11).
  • by Edmond Macaraeg
If the scientists are correct concerning the magnitude of the future calamities that they are predicting, no human organization, government or system will be able to rescue all of us. Their predictions are very similar to what the Bible predicts for the troublesome time that will precede the return of Jesus Christ. And they give us cause to think seriously about what Jesus and His apostles said...
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
The Bible tells us that in the end times, there will be earthquakes in various places (Matthew 24:7). Although earthquakes likely have shaken our planet as long as it has existed, it appears that more numerous intense earthquakes have happened over the past century.
  • by Rodney Hall
Some experts see an overall increase in the destructiveness of natural disasters, especially in the last few decades.