Good News Magazine: November - December 1997

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In This Issue

  • by David Hulme
A new willingness is evident among scholars to admit that the traditional characterization of Paul as a rebel against the law is deeply flawed.
  • by David Hulme
More and more scholars are re-examining the widely-held disregard for God's law.
  • by Peter Nathan
What's wrong with human rulership? Why are people so incapable of right governance?
  • by Peter Nathan
To most humans, rulership is an opportunity for control over others. The Bible gives a different perspective.
  • by Peter Nathan
Paul, writing to the church in Philippi, presents a model for human relationships that is beautiful and practical.
  • by Cecil Maranville
The myriad interpretations of how and when the Kingdom that Christ preached is coming often ignore what Jesus himself taught.
  • by Bill Bradford
Is the future of our children left to chance and circumstance? Their future is in your hands more than you think.
  • by Joan Osborn
In a dramatic miracle that energized the early Church, a woman was raised to life again. But did this momentous event overshadow an important lesson we need to learn?
  • by Jerold Aust
Joseph was a dreamer-and one whose dreams came true. In a lifetime filled with extraordinary extremes, he never lost his trust in God. The story of Joseph is a saga of sacrifice, of one sent ahead by God to preserve life and restore and reconcile those who followed.
  • by Jerold Aust
Sometimes righteous people suffer. Is that fair?
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
In 1982-83, "El Niño," a warming of waters in the eastern Pacific that researchers believe leads to changing global weather patterns, is believed to have been responsible for 2,000 deaths and $13 billion in damage.