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Roman Catholic Church

  • by Peter Eddington
When the Catholic monk Martin Luther challenged the Catholic Church with his Ninety-five Theses, few could’ve foreseen the upheaval and division that would result. Now, 500 years later, could we see a reunification of world Christianity? Does Bible prophecy give any indication?
  • by Scott Ashley
We hope you’ll carefully read the articles in this issue to better understand the right and truly needed religious reformation that is coming for the entire world—and how you can be a part of the greatest changes the world has ever seen!
  • by George Carter
Usually, we move through life existing within a calendar we take for granted, but have you ever wondered about the origin of the names and structure of our calendar months?
  • by David Lessard
One man’s heartbreaking story shows just how much each of us need God.
  • by Andy Diemer
Jesus Is Our Intercessor, Not Mary.
  • by Ed Dowd
An unusual event will transpire on Sunday, November 27, 2011, in Catholic parishes across the world. The worship service ceremony and some memorized spoken phrases will be altered, and in some cases, reordered.
  • by Jerold Aust
Where did the idea of a "merry Christmas" come from? Did it begin with well-meaning Christians who wished only the best for others, or are its origins considerably older than we might suppose? Does wishing others "Merry Christmas" please God and Jesus Christ? The answers may well surprise you!