Good News Magazine: March - April 1997

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In This Issue

  • by David Hulme
Although education is valuable, is everything we learn worthy of acceptance at face value? Do our teachers always tell us the truth? Or do they sometimes pass on preconceived ideas learned from their teachers?
  • by Roger Foster
Why do you think the way you do? Are the choices you make truly your own, or do influences beyond your control unduly sway your opinions?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Few have understood our age better than author J.B. Preistly. His unusual comprehension is summed up in the nonfiction masterpices Literature and Western Man. In this book he considers the problems of the human condition and how we must face them. A brief excursion into his remarkable insight can yield us lasting benefit.
  • by Cecil Maranville
This is the story of two men, living many centuries apart, who willingly gave their lives so others could survive. It's a story you need to understand.
  • by Jerold Aust
On the evening before His death, Jesus washed the feet of His disciples, then instructed that His followers would continue this practice to help us remember. What are we to learn from this simple but profound observance?
  • by Scott Ashley
In our struggle to avoid and overcome sin, it is vital that we understand exactly what it is. Let's see how the Bible defines sin.
  • by John Meakin
You need to understand this vital biblical formula for overcoming sin.
  • by Good News
God used Moses to reveal his eternal law to mankind and Jesus confirmed it.
  • by Good News
Moses prophesied of another prophet who would arise: "The Lord your God will raise up for you a Prophet like me from your midst, from your brethren, Him you shall hear" (Deuteronomy 18:15).
  • by David Treybig
Some marriage counselors claim that couples should learn to fight fairly and not worry about their tendency to argue. This conventional wisdom is now proving to be not so wise after all.
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
As we approach Century 21 we see a world exceedingly troubled by national strife and political instability. Long-standing institutions come under increasingly severe scrutiny by entertainers and journalists.
  • by Wilbur Berg
How do the biblical three days and three nights after Jesus Christ's crucifixion fit between Friday afternoon and Sunday morning? Or do they?