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World war I

  • by Ben Light
On the heels of World War I, the most deadly war in human history up to that time, came an even deadlier killer—an influenza epidemic that killed millions. Does Bible prophecy indicate we may see such epidemics again?
  • by Darris McNeely
On the 100th anniversary marking the end of World War I, we still see a world mired in conflict and often on the brink of even greater war. Many of today’s problems can be traced to that conflict. If we are to understand the way to peace, we must first understand what leads to war.
  • by Scott Ashley
God is not uninvolved or uncaring. He cares deeply about His creation, about His children of all nations and races.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
God gave Britain and America their great strength. In the case of the British, their greatest strength was "the multitude of nations" they led—various nations from around the world, so different from each other, but all a part of the British Empire.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
It's hard to believe looking back now, but there was a time not so long ago when the "domino theory" seemed inevitable. One country after another was falling to international communism.
  • by Joel Meeker
Some 80 years removed from the horror of his youth, an old soldier turns his thoughts to peaceful pursuits. His story echoes an unrealized hope for mankind.