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  • by Darris McNeely
The 70-year existence of the modern Jewish state is part of a much greater story—that of God’s committed love for His people as part of a plan that will culminate in offering salvation to the whole world.
  • by Steven Britt
The Bible mentions a number of kingdoms and empires. This overview will help you understand which played what roles in the history of the Bible—and in roles yet to come!
  • by United Church of God
God's desire for Israel to be a model nation carried with it grave responsibilities.
  • by United Church of God
God can reveal the future. Nowhere is this more evident than in the remarkable prophecies of what would happen to Abraham's descendants through Jacob's offspring, the 12 tribes of Israel.
  • by Randy Stiver
Who gave the United States the right to throw its superpower weight around, pushing others here or there? What has made America think she can dominate world history from mid-20th century to now? Why does she possess and control such a gigantic share of all the natural and human resources, wealth and influence, yet have such a small percentage of the world's population?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Putting aside all the claims and counterclaims about the ownership of Jerusalem, what does the Bible say about this historic city? Who is its real owner, and what is its ultimate destiny? How will the city of almost continuous conflict become a city of enduring and everlasting peace? Let's examine the intriguing biblical story—past, present and future.
  • by Jerold Aust
Ezra the priest was a faithful servant of God who helped fulfill God's promises to the remnant of Judah in Babylon in the 400s B.C. His calling was not self-appointed, nor could anyone on his own fulfill the kind of responsibilities to which he was called.