Good News Magazine: September - October 2004

You are here

In This Issue

  • by John Ross Schroeder
Putting aside all the claims and counterclaims about the ownership of Jerusalem, what does the Bible say about this historic city? Who is its real owner, and what is its ultimate destiny? How will the city of almost continuous conflict become a city of enduring and everlasting peace? Let's examine the intriguing biblical story—past, present and future.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
As American writer Saul Bellow asked, "What is it that led the Jews to place themselves, after the greatest disaster in their history [the Holocaust], in a danger zone?" The surprising truth is that Jewish rule over Jerusalem is an essential element of end-time biblical prophecy!
  • by Howard Davis
As the United States enters the final weeks of a hotly contested presidential election campaign, this is a good time to ask a crucial question: Could Jesus Christ be elected president?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The actions of the U.S. president are crucially important to the welfare of many nations. The stakes are high when we consider both the domestic and international implications.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
At the recent International AIDS Conference held in Bangkok, Thailand, delegates repeatedly condemned abstinence programs. The African continent has been particularly devastated by AIDS. Interestingly, abstinence programs are the only ones that are really working there.
  • by Tom Clark
In this magazine we often write about what the Bible refers to as the Kingdom of God—the divine government Jesus will establish after He returns to earth. But what will the Kingdom of God do for you? Why should you look forward to that period of time? You need to know the answer!
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
World Net Daily published a report saying that Iran will have nuclear weapons by 2008, indicating that international inspections have delayed the nation's nuclear capability by two years. The report "suggested that Israel may conduct an attack on Iran's nuclear facility to prevent Tehran from attaining a nuclear weapon" (July 30).
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
The Sunday Times reported that "investigators tracking the spread of nuclear technology and know-how through the clandestine sales network of the Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan believe that Syria might have acquired centrifuges that can purify uranium for use in nuclear bombs" (July 4).
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
British Prime Minister Tony Blair, acutely aware of the need to counter out-of-control crime and disorder in scattered areas of the United Kingdom, blamed the permissive 1960s for today's collapsing values.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Could terrorist threats and actions against Europe help fulfill end-time prophecies? In recent months terrorists have made increasing threats against several European nations, telling them to end their alignment with America in the war on terror or face dire consequences.