Good News Magazine: November - December 2004

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In This Issue

  • by Good News
The recent Iraq Survey Group's Duelfer report, while acknowledging that no evidence has yet been found in Iraq of recent production of weapons of mass destruction, nonetheless did reveal evidence of chemical and biological weapons apparently designed for terror use.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
For the last three years, world attention has focused on Iran's two neighbors, Afghanistan and Iraq. But attention will increasingly focus on Iran, a major Islamic nation well on the way to acquiring nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them.
  • by Cecil Maranville
As you look at the girl "tweens" (8- to 14-year-olds) of today, what kind of mothers do you think they will make for tomorrow? What type of young woman is our Western culture producing? Girls have a clear choice between two wildly contrasting possibilities.
  • by Jerold Aust
What do evergreen trees, reindeer, mistletoe and yule logs have to do with the birth of Jesus Christ? And was He really born on Dec. 25? You need to discover the real history of Christmas!
  • by Robert H Berendt
We've heard we should "forgive and forget." But we also need to learn to give and forget.
  • by Gary Petty
Viewing the suffering around the globe caused by evil leaders is discouraging. Some countries are run by outright drug lords. Others are ruled by leaders who abuse their own people. Saddam Hussein has become a poster boy of the evil tyrant in the 21st century just as Hitler and Stalin were in the 20th. Why would a good God create such evil people?
  • by Good News
Alexander the Great had all the fame, power and wealth a human being could possibly have, and yet his short life was marked by the constant craving for more. He never paused to be thankful for his incredible possessions and power and lived his life wanting more. Impossible as it seems, the entire world was not enough for him.
  • by Leslie Schwartz
Making a decision as simple as what movie to watch might seem trivial, but the main idea of this controversial debate is powerful. What we let into our minds determines what we will think about and dwell on, and shapes our thoughts and actions.