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terrorist attacks

  • by Cecil Maranville
Homeland security instantly became the #1 priority of the Bush administration on Sept. 11, 2001. With the creation of the massive Homeland Security Department, concerns of safekeeping continue to be the primary focus of the American government. Are you aware of national security's most important aspect? The lack of this element immediately compromises the safety of any country.
  • by Roy Holladay
In this Nov. 22 letter E-mailed to United Church of God elders, Roy Holladay, president of the United Church of God, discussed many issues that we feel would benefit our subscribers.
  • by Larry Walker
It is important to understand that the problems in the Middle East are not just over political or military issues, but also over major and longstanding cultural, ideological and religious differences between East and West.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Following the July 7 terror bombings in London, many evoked memories of the blitz in World War II. Regrettably, that's not the only analogy with the Second World War that is appropriate.
  • by Darris McNeely
It is tragic when terrorists attack innocent civilians, whatever the "cause." It is doubly sad when it is done to coincide with the biblical Holy Days that foreshadow peace among all peoples.
  • by Don Hooser
After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, many Americans, including people of faith, continue to ask, "Why did God let this happen?" A year later, let's reflect on the terrorist attacks and their aftermath from a biblical perspective.
  • by John Jewell
Since September 11 our world has changed dramatically, and the need to proclaim Christ's message of hope has become more urgent.