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  • by Mitchell Moss
The capacity of people to kill each other entered an entirely new and never-before-imagined age that day. For the first time in history, the dreadful prophecy that mankind would face extinction if not for the return of Jesus Christ was conceivable.
  • by Mike Bennett
Sixty-five years ago a B-29 bomber dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. When the last crew member and the survivors are gone, will we remember the horrors of that weapon—or is humanity fated to face a full-scale nuclear Armageddon? What will it take to bring the real peace we all long for?
  • by Jeremy Lallier
With the recent measures taken to increase the world's nuclear security, are we really any farther from the threat of Mutual Assured Destruction that haunted us all those years ago?