Good News Magazine: September - October 2003

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In This Issue

  • by Howard Davis
The latest research of science and the Bible shows God has big plans for planet earth.
  • by Joel Meeker
"One day we were neighbors, and the next day the massacre began." That's how the survivor of a tribal massacre described the shocking turn of events that led to the murder of 18 of her family members. Her tragic story cuts to the heart of humanity's inability to find lasting peace.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The gay agenda is steadily gaining ground in Western nations, with same-sex marriage finding acceptance. But what does the Bible say—and why? And what's at the root of same-sex attraction?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
An interview with Joseph Nicolosi, a clinical psychologist and experts on homosexuality.
  • by Mario Seiglie
Few people are aware of the seven festivals God reveals in the Bible. Even fewer are aware that they center around and teach us a great deal about Jesus Christ and His role in God's plan for all mankind.
  • by Good News
Regarding the feasts of the Lord, it is very instructive to study the history of the first 30 years of the Christian Church recorded in Scripture. What Holy Days did they keep? It's surprising how many of "the feasts of the Lord" are found in the book of Acts.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
According to the British newspaper The Guardian, Iran claims to have conducted final tests on a missile capable of reaching Israel and U.S. forces in the Middle East, and is poised to deploy the weapon.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
According to the August issue of Discover magazine: "In the 1990s some library scientists concluded that our stockpile of information doubles every seven or eight years.