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world peace

  • by John Ross Schroeder
It's that time again for an annual analysis and assessment. That's when many observers look back to yesteryear—and also peer into a somewhat clouded future. Secular predictions for 2011 and beyond are multiple and varied. But does the Bible have a far bigger say in our future?
  • by Darris McNeely
No system created by man has brought about the utopian world promised by God through the prophets of the Bible. These images of a world at peace have inspired the ages.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
These words of Jesus Christ underscore the importance of a right understanding of Bible prophecy and show the need for action on our part—beginning with personal repentance.
  • by Vince Szymkowiak
The Bible makes it clear that Jesus Christ will return to the earth as King and Messiah. But how will He rule? Does Bible prophecy give us descriptions of His reign?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
"The world has never had it so good." This is how one prominent editor and writer described the current human condition in a recent editorial. Is he right, or should we be looking beyond today’s world for a fabulous utopian age long foretold in the pages of the Bible?
  • by Roger Foster
Mankind's agreements for enduring peace never last. But God has promised us a period of peace that will endure for 1,000 years. Can we realistically believe that promise?
  • by Howard Davis
British statesman Winston Churchill, soon after its creation, wondered whether the United Nations would be "a true temple of peace" or "a cockpit in a Tower of Babel." Sixty years after its creation we still wonder whether it will fulfill its lofty goals and whether mankind will ever find lasting peace.
  • by Tom Clark
In this magazine we often write about what the Bible refers to as the Kingdom of God—the divine government Jesus will establish after He returns to earth. But what will the Kingdom of God do for you? Why should you look forward to that period of time? You need to know the answer!
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Few observers want peace in the Middle East more than the staff and publishers of The Good News. But we know that there is only one true path to peace—and the players aren't on it. Yet the Bible does guarantee that peace will finally come to the Middle East.
  • by Robert Dick
One of Jesus Christ's titles is Prince of Peace, and Bible prophecy tells us that under His rule peace will increase with no end. What do this title and prophecy signify? What do they mean for the world and for you?
  • by Tom Clark
Many understand that Jesus Christ came to live a perfect life and give Himself as a sacrifice for sin. But He left behind some "unfinished business", which is why He must come to earth again.
  • by Tom Robinson
When Jesus returns to earth as the promised Messiah, He will at last usher in the dream of ages, world peace. This will involve even the whole of nature, as the world will be transformed into an Edenic paradise (compare Isaiah 51:3; Ezekiel 36:35).
  • by Jerold Aust
In recent months the awful prospect of a nuclear India-Pakistan war, radioactive "dirty" bombs detonated by terrorists and potential allout war in the Middle East reminds us that peace seems as far away as ever. For years men, women and children have longed for lasting peace on earth, yet it remains elusive. Is peace the impossible dream?
  • by John Miller
"Global village" has become a popular term in recent years for our increasingly interconnected world. Unknown to most, God has plans for His own global village on earth. Join us for a quick preview!
  • by Tom Robinson
World peace. For centuries, philosophers and poets have dared to dream the impossible dream, asking, "What if ...?" Yet peace on even a small scale has been so elusive and seemed so hopeless. Yet people have always hoped.