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  • by Jerold Aust
Fake news can spread like a virus, misleading and deceiving. Could it be affecting your life?
  • by Jeremy Lallier
There are plenty of sources of depressing news. But where can you find good, hopeful news to inspire and encourage you?
  • by Debbie Pennington
If we're serious about being Christians. We must have a foundation of truth. And contrary to what an online debate, a national news program or a talk show would tell you, there is an absolute truth—God's.
  • by Amanda Stiver
TV was rated the easiest-to-use and most accurate news source, according to teens surveyed in a recent First Amendment study. TV was followed closely by the Internet as a news source, with 66 percent of respondents getting news from Web sites sponsored by search engines.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Christians are told to be watching and aware of the trends taking place in the world around us. But with news coming at us 24 hours a day, it can seem overwhelming. How can we get a proper handle on world news from a biblical point of view?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
We are a celebrity conscious culture. I read sometime ago that one third of Americans are obsessed with celebrities. But what about the real news that celebrity gossip denies the public?
  • by Howard Davis
Does your family properly use electronic mass media? Or do you let the media abuse you? Here are 10 principles to help you regain control and stamp out media abuse.
  • by Howard Davis
Several amazing biblical passages foretell the shaping of the world at the time of the end by a powerful web of global media.
  • by Good News
The entertainment establishment-writers, producers and stars of the movies, TV programs and music we consume-are overwhelmingly liberal in their political outlook.
  • by Good News
The major media news organizations and outlets, says journalist William Proctor, have their own lists of rights and wrongs that they support or condemn through their editorials and reporting.
  • by Jerold Aust
Some people accept the news they read in newspapers and watch on television as the gospel truth. Is such trust in our mass media justified? Do you really know who's telling you what to think-and why?