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  • by Victor Kubik
In Paris and San Bernardino, people were going about their everyday lives. Little did they know that within a matter of minutes, dozens would be killed or maimed in vicious terrorist attacks. What do we need to learn from these horrific events?
  • by Darris McNeely

Terrorism continues to impact the nations. What can we learn from this...

  • by Michael Kelley
It hasn't been lost on many observers that the Ebola threat has emerged at about the same time as the new terrorist threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
  • by Scott Ashley
Out of a world population of about 7 billion, approximately one in four to five people—1.5 to 1.6 billion—is Muslim (though some place the number of Muslims as high as 2 billion).
  • by Scott Ashley
Once again the Middle East is being transformed before our eyes, with a near-constant stream of headlines describing chaos and upheaval. What does it mean? Where is it leading? You need to know the answers!
  • by Larry Walker
While many believe global terrorism has been dealt a serious blow with the death of Osama bin Laden, extremism is still extant on many levels. Encouragingly, the Bible shows that terrorism and even war itself will one day be eliminated.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
On Sept. 1, 1969, Libya's King Idris was overthrown in a violent coup that brought a young revolutionary Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to power. For more than 40 years his revolutionary fervor has spread mayhem and discord.
  • by Darris McNeely
Recent warnings of terrorist activity in Europe don't reveal the whole story of what is happening behind the scenes. Both security officials and terrorists know more than headlines reveal. Bible prophecy tells the rest of the story.
  • by Cecil Maranville
Is the U.S. vulnerable to attack by terrorists using biological agents? How likely is it that such attacks would be launched in the next five to ten years?