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  • by Melvin Rhodes
The recent rejection of the proposed EU constitution by French and Dutch voters has caused a major stir in Europe, where it is seen as a serious blow to European unity. Is there any prophetic significance to this latest development?
  • by Darris McNeely
Two voting sessions within a few weeks of each other could set the direction for future events within Europe. The first was the vote for the new pope, Benedict XVI. The second is the French referendum on the EU constitution. Both could have far-reaching implications for the Continent and the world.
  • by James Cannon
Nearly 60 years ago World War II ended with unconditional surrender. But unconditional surrender is not just for the history books, as it plays a vital part in our relationship with our Savior and conquering King.
  • by Carmelo Anastasi
We Europeans all sincerely want peace. But at times we have unwisely supported policies that have prolonged and aggravated political conflicts. So we need to ask, is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Middle East linked in any way to the revival of anti-Semitism in Europe? It's a question that needs to be faced honestly.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Few qualities in human affairs are more important than competent, capable leadership. With 10 nations joining the European Union (EU) on May 1, which nation or nations will exercise the most control, for good or bad? And even more importantly, who will govern Europe at the close of this age of man?
  • by Carmelo Anastasi
The Catholic Church has set January 17 as the "Day of Dialog" with all non-Christians. Also, it has set January 18 as the Day of Prayers for the unity of all Christians and religions. To this end various religious leaders meet at the small town of Assisi, Italy, every year.
  • by Paul Kieffer
Three thousand people gathered in Berlin's Schöneberg town hall square on June 26 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of U.S. President John F. Kennedy's famous "Ich bin ein Berliner” speech. The crowd was much smaller than the estimated nearly half million people who in 1963 heard Kennedy say those four words...
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The latest Gulf War highlighted the divisions and limitations of Europe. Many Europeans want a united continent rivaling America as a superpower. Is this ever likely to happen? Bible prophecy contains some surprising answers.