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  • by Mike Bennett
The Bible talks about a cause of future climate change that no scientific model can predict and that no amount of debate can debunk. The core of the Bible teaching is simple, but the future predictions are earthshaking.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
A report by the United Nations Nuclear Agency says that Iran has increased its number of centrifuges enriching uranium [to almost 5,000] and that inspectors have discovered traces of manmade uranium at a second site in Syria, heightening concern about possible undeclared atomic activity there" ("Atomic Agency Singles Out Iran and Syria," International Herald Tribune, June 6-7, 2009).
  • by Cecil Maranville
Have you noticed the phrase, "food inflation" in news reports lately? It refers to a worldwide phenomenon of sharply increasing food prices, a trend that will mean less food for many and higher costs for all in 2008.
  • by David Treybig
With part of Turkey located in Europe and part of it located in Asia, this country has long been the site where civilizations, cultures, and ideas clash. It's where East meets West, where the Christian and Muslim religions collide, and where Turks today are trying to fashion successful lives in a world of competing ideas and philosophies.
  • by Ken Treybig
The setting: the United Nations gardens in New York City. The plot: a dream symbolized by a statue becomes reality. The cast of characters: being chosen now...
  • by Robin Webber
It is not where we were planted on the road of life that determines our destiny, but what God can do with us. So what is in that heart of yours? Are you getting more and more bitter—or growing better and better?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Top Western leaders are under severe attack by the world's media. It is but another baleful sign of the times. This article assesses the prophetic meaning for our future.
  • by David Treybig
While unaware of the U.N.'s 60th anniversary last month, a growing number of people have become aware of the organization's weaknesses. But before dismissing the idea of the U.N., consider what the Bible says about the role of nations united under the reign of Jesus after He returns to establish His Kingdom.
  • by Howard Davis
In 2000 the United Nations established "Millennium Development Goals" to eliminate extreme poverty and hunger; reduce disease, child mortality and malnutrition; and to improve education, personal incomes and opportunities, housing and sanitation worldwide by the year 2015. All 191 UN member states have pledged to meet these goals. While admirable aspirations, how do they compare to what God...