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Europe has been—and will be—the hotbed for much of Biblical history. Many of the world’s greatest empires found their rise and fall within its borders, but the Bible speaks of another empire yet to arise there. Come see what’s been going on in Europe—through then lens of God’s word.

  • by Darris McNeely
On the 100th anniversary marking the end of World War I, we still see a world mired in conflict and often on the brink of even greater war. Many of today’s problems can be traced to that conflict. If we are to understand the way to peace, we must first understand what leads to war.
  • by Darris McNeely
Will China overtake America and become a world empire? Will Russia restore the former might of the Soviet Union? Will Iran’s efforts to dominate the Middle East reclaim the ancient glory of the Persian Empire? And what about Europe–will it too see the return of an ancient power?
  • by Paul Kieffer
Concerns over NATO’s future, the Muslim refugee crisis and the impending Brexit are clouds on Europe’s horizon. What lies ahead for Europe?
  • by Beyond Today Editor
The Brexit vote in Britain to leave the European Union has provoked a great deal of anger at Britain by many in Europe, but it has also served as encouragement to many other Europeans to focus on preserving their own individual nations and cultures against pan-Europeanism and immigration from the Muslim Middle East and North Africa—and it has led to growing support for nationalist or “far right”...
  • by Scott Ashley
Europe may be waking up to a new reality—that waves of Muslim immigrants and Islamic terror attacks are transforming the continent before our eyes. Does Bible prophecy indicate where events might be heading?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Previous generations have thought that Jesus Christ would return in their lifetimes, but they were proven wrong. Many people alive today think that Christ's return is imminent. Certainly, the Bible contains prophecies that could not have been fulfilled until this generation.
  • by Darris McNeely

World leaders marched in Paris over the weekend to remember those slain in...

  • by Darris McNeely
An event that began 100 years ago this August might as well be ancient and irrelevant history for most. Yet World War I changed the world and set off a chain of events that continue to impact your life today. Don't underestimate what one man and one event can do to alter everything.
  • by Michael Kelley
Seventy years ago, an American-led Allied invasion on the beaches of Normandy marked the beginning of the end of the grip of tyranny over Europe. In little more than a year, the United States would emerge as a superpower and world policeman. Contrast that to today, when that superpower is in retreat—its influence and power rapidly declining.
  • by Steve Myers

What can you do about the political and economic crisis in the Ukraine?

  • by United Church of God
In the devastated aftermath of World War II, it seemed unimaginable that Europe could rise again. Many venerable cities had been bombed into rubble. The dead were counted in the tens of millions. Old institutions and organizations ceased to exist.