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  • by Robin Webber
What has emerged from this multidimensional tragedy and caught the world's attention is not the size or scale of the quake or tsunami, or nuclear waste leaks, but the size of the hearts of everyday workers at the plant who have stepped up in time of trouble.
  • 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 Rodney Hall
Millions of beleaguered and traumatized inhabitants of Japan are still struggling to come to terms with a staggering disaster—the world's costliest thus far. What is the fallout? And what can the Bible tells us about such calamities?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Recently Newsweek magazine wrote of “a pileup of disasters, crises and wars.” The world appears to be entering a meltdown mode. Astute observers are now asking questions like “What on earth is happening to us?” Does the Bible tell us how to cope with this uncertain world?
  • 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?
  • 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 Bill Jahns
What a Bataan Death March survivor learned can help us all endure to the end.