Good News Magazine: March - April 2000

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In This Issue

  • by Scott Ashley
You may have noticed something a little different on the cover of The Good News. We've added a subtitle that we think captures the essence of what The Good News is all about: A Magazine of Understanding
  • by Scott Ashley
Advertising executive and writer Bruce Barton called it The Book Nobody Knows. No other book is more important to you and your future.
  • by Don Hooser
Here are some analogies to understand how the Bible can be unlocked.
  • by Cecil Maranville
Millions of people have read novels structured around the idea of the rapture of Christians. Why do people believe in a rapture? Is there any biblical validity to this teaching?
  • by Good News
The "great tribulation" refers to the time of crisis at the close of the age of man. Jesus spoke of "great tribulation" in Matthew 24:21 and told John to write of it in Revelation 7:14. How long will they last?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The Panama Canal is an engineering marvel and a symbol of "The American Century." What is the significance of America's decision to turn it over to Panamanian control?
  • by Good News
Who will benefit from the United States relinquishing control of the Panama Canal?
  • by Graemme Marshall
Our fast-paced world is far removed from the dusty roads Jesus walked in first-century Palestine. Can He really understand our needs and sufferings? Can He empathize with our worries?
  • by Don Hooser
When family members read aloud together, lots of good things happen—including learning, laughter and love.