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  • by Gary Petty
In spite of the long period of U.S. economic growth, violence and uncertainty have led to the mental strain and even paranoia of a people under siege.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
We are on the very threshold of a brand new millennium. But how does the Bible advise those who count on the "end of the world" around New Year's Day, 2000?
  • by John Rutis
At the dawning of a new millennium, is it time to consider what we should do to prepare for the real utopian Millennium promised in the Bible?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Speculating on the events of the morning of Jan. 1, 2000, is everyone's business. It's that serious. The passing of just one day on the calendar has the potential to wreak chaos on the world.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
"It has never happened before, and it will probably never happen again. No technical hitch has ever been so pervasive, so expensive, or so potentially damaging as the failure of many of the world's computer systems to understand the difference between dates in this century and the next." —The Economist
  • by John Ross Schroeder
"... The twentieth century has been less a century to celebrate than one to survive. And as it draws to a close with threats to our continued existence multiplying both in scale and number—so that to add to the evils of overpopulation, possible nuclear warfare and famine, we face a new catalogue of environmental hazards and a legion of new microbial foes." —Marina Benjamin, Living at the End of...