Good News Magazine: May - June 2000

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In This Issue

  • by Good News
Technology has inspired and made possible a nightmarish controversy over the use of aborted embryonic and fetal parts in medical research.
  • by Howard Davis
A far-reaching shift in attitudes toward children and family priorities has had dramatic and largely unforeseen consequences on our youth. What message are parents sending their children? Can it-should it-be changed?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
After somehow surviving perhaps the bloodiest 100 years in human history, will we finally see the peace process work in the 21st century?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Much of the state of Israel's history in the 20th century is a chronicle of wars and other conflicts with her Arab neighbors. The recent visit of the pope highlighted some of these still-simmering animosities—and hints as to what may lie ahead in this troubled region.
  • by Bill Bradford
The Jewish teacher from Nazareth claimed to be the promised Messiah and Son of God. Could His assertions be true? Can we find evidence to back up His bold statements?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
What happens to Zimbabwe now and in the near future may affect the entire continent. The long-awaited African renaissance has yet to materialize. Guns, brute force and political corruption shape Africa's future.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
In spite of several millennia of technological progress and scientific advances, much of the world is mired in wars, poverty, disease and homelessness.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Why the paradoxes? Why the ongoing plague of violence and bloodshed? Why can't the human species get along? What inhibits us from respect and cooperation between nations and peoples that would ensure our survival and well-being?
  • by Gary Petty
Since the Roe vs.Wade United States Supreme Court decision in 1973, well over 30 million babies—enough to populate a small country—have been aborted in the United States alone. Figures worldwide likely run into the hundreds of millions. Many voices shout to be heard in the din of the debate. But two voices are rarely heard - that of the unborn, and that of their Creator. What would they say?