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  • by Leslie Schwartz
Making a decision as simple as what movie to watch might seem trivial, but the main idea of this controversial debate is powerful. What we let into our minds determines what we will think about and dwell on, and shapes our thoughts and actions.
  • by Joel Meeker
"One day we were neighbors, and the next day the massacre began." That's how the survivor of a tribal massacre described the shocking turn of events that led to the murder of 18 of her family members. Her tragic story cuts to the heart of humanity's inability to find lasting peace.
  • by Gerhard Marx
In an age of ever-increasing violence and horrifying acts of terrorism, bewildered people ask: Where is God? Why did the Almighty not intervene and prevent the outrages of Sept. 11?
  • by Tom Robinson
The shocking events of recent times should serve as a powerful wake-up call to the United States and other nations that sprang from Britain. God repeatedly warns that He will bring punishment on the modern descendants of Israel until they turn from their disobedience and repent.
  • by Good News
Many leaders are imploring us to pray for God's help. Indeed we should. But let's be realistic enough to realize that God will hear us only if we are willing to hear Him.
  • by Mario Seiglie
The terrible events of Sept. 11 may have forever altered life for much of the world. That day's atrocities underscored the grim reality that the cultural clash between Islamic extremism and the West is a clash of different worlds.
  • by Good News
When an accidental death occurs or a weather disaster or earthquake demolishes buildings and injures or kills people, is it fair to classify such troubling events as deliberate acts of God?
  • by Bruce Gore
If God is all powerful and all knowing, the source of all that is good and kind and right, how could He allow evil human beings to snuff out the lives of people who have done them no harm? Why would He allow such things?
  • by Good News
What fuels Islamic fundamentalism? An article in the November-December 1998 issue of Foreign Affairs helps us understand the roots of the motivation that probably lies behind the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The world stood transfixed in the wake of a carefully planned series of hijackings that destroyed the World Trade Center, crippled the Pentagon and took the lives of more than 5,000 men, women and children. On a sunny September morning, the world dramatically changed. What is the long-term significance?