Good News Magazine: September - October 1999

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In This Issue

  • by Roger Foster
The world is in terrible shape but the Bible tells us what will happen and that we can ultimately have hope.
  • by Noel Hornor, Roger Foster
Can you believe in the Bible as what it claims to be—the inspired Word of God? Can we know for sure? Its pages issue a challenge to skeptics: Who but an almighty, all-powerful God can predict the future, then bring to pass what He has foretold? Are you willing to take God up on His challenge, to see whether prophecy indeed proves the Bible is the Word of God?
  • by Good News
The introduction to the Jewish New Testament lists 52 prophecies fulfilled in Christ's birth, life and death as stated in 81 passages in the Old Testament
  • by Good News
The amazing scope of biblical prophecy can be properly appreciated only if we first understand the essential nature of its content.
  • by Good News
When will the remaining prophecies of Matthew 24 be fulfilled? Only God knows the exact timing of these events.
  • by Mario Seiglie
In some ways the world is closer to nuclear conflict than in the 1950s and '60s. Then, at least, the Soviet nuclear forces were under tight control and the military was well paid.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Whether to attend church, and which one, are among the most important decisions we can make. What are key factors we should consider?
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
American network television anchorman Dan Rather soberly reminded newspaper readers recently that "the world remains a tough, dangerous neighborhood" and that big trouble may be brewing for the West in China and Russia.
  • by Jerold Aust
Much of the Bible is about Jesus Christ. Only a small portion of the New Testament discusses His parents - Joseph and Mary Yet the details about their lives help enhance our understanding of these two honored parents.
  • by Mario Seiglie
For years critics of the Bible viewed the historical accounts of the Gospels as little more than a fraud. However, a wealth of archaeological discoveries paints a picture that confirms many of the details surrounding Christ's birth.