Good News Magazine: January - February 2003

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  • by Scott Ashley
Many hoped the threat of nuclear war would disappear when the Soviet Union collapsed more than a decade ago. But that hope proved to be in vain. Now we have more nuclear-armed armies than there were in the '50s and '60s, many of them in dangerously unstable places.
  • by Noel Hornor
For centuries people have read the Bible and concluded that the world will come to an end. But will it? If so, how? What do the Scriptures teach about the end of the world?
  • by Good News
In a later article published in the London Financial Times on Nov. 17, Dr. Kupchan predicts that the NATO summit held later that week would not hide the reality that these are "The Last Days of the Atlantic Alliance," as the title of his article puts it.
  • by Good News
Who will escape the worst of the Great Tribulation during the prophesied dangerous times ahead? Is it some particular group or denomination? Will those who study the prophecies of the Bible have a greater advantage? Does knowing about God's plans bring any special favor to a person?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
While the United States is focused on its war on terror and its conflict with Iraq, new threats continue to emerge of which Americans are largely oblivious.
  • by Good News
One long-debated issue that has resurfaced with the recent ossuary discovery is whether James was really the half brother of Jesus.
  • by Good News
Despite what Martin Luther thought, James' teaching of faith proven by works is sound and biblical.
  • by David Treybig
Most people today think being a Christian is easy, but the surprising truth is, the real Christianity of the Bible is challenging and difficult. Do you have the courage and conviction to be a real Christian?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Hostile kids who mistrust others are much more likely than their peers to develop physical symptoms linked to diabetes and heart attacks in the future, a pioneering new study [conducted at the University of Pittsburgh] suggests," says USA Today.