Good News Magazine: January - February 1997

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In This Issue

  • by David Hulme
What kind of utopian world does this Being foretell? He speaks of a world that addresses all the stated threats to human survival. According to the Worldwatch Institute, civilization faces three imminent limits...
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Mankind has sought, but never attained, a perfect society ever since. Utopia is a dream that has never died.
  • by Bill Bradford
There is a fundamental reason for our inability to implement a system in which we can live in peace and happiness with ourselves, and few understand what the problem is.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
"We have reached a point of historic crisis." - Eric Hobsbawm, British author
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The real truth is that we are now approaching a transition period between two ages, our age and the one Jesus Christ called "the age to come" (Matthew 12:32).
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"To those who do not wish to understand, all news is a surprise."- William Rees-Mogg, Times (of London) columnist
  • by Mario Seiglie
Much of the world celebrates December 25 as the date of Christ's birth. The historical and biblical evidence shows this date cannot be accurate.
  • by Becky Sweat
In our relationships with friends and family, we are often concerned with saying exactly the right thing at the right time. However, in a difficult situation sometimes the best thing to say is nothing at all.
  • by John Bald
Growing old can, and should, be a positive experience. Here's how you can make the golden years truly golden.
  • by Wayne Speed
When faced with seemingly insurmountable obstacles and difficulties, keep in mind that things may not always be as bad as they seem.
  • by Bill Bradford
Is tithing obsolete, hopelessly out of date in today's world, or does it teach timeless principles and lessons? You need to understand God's perspective on this vital issue.
  • by Paul Suckling
The headlines are filled with shocking stories of violent crime. What's behind it? How does it occur? Listen to the words of an expert-written from death row.
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
At the beginning of 1947 most of the British Empire was still intact, but the next 40 years saw a rapid unraveling of the empire on which it once could be said the sun never set. Threatened now are its vestiges.