World News and Prophecy: December 2006

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In This Issue

  • by Graemme Marshall
Canaries were once used to warn miners of toxic gas in underground mines. There is a lesson for our cultures. Can you see the "canaries" warning us about a toxic society?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Throughout most of its history, a growing population was considered the United States’ most treasured national resource. Yet the news about America’s population reaching the 300 million mark has caused almost no celebration among the populace. Why?
  • by Cecil Maranville
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez won reelection Dec. 3 to another six-year term. Should the world take him seriously? Should the United States be concerned about his rhetoric? Yes!
  • by Robin Webber
Words, phrases and short, to-the-point bumper sticker philosophies are designed to make us think. Every so often we pick up the gauntlet and accept the challenge of pondering our values against the stark bluntness of a few words.
  • by Mike Bennett
Bible history and prophecy show that not all miracles are from God. At the end time, there will be counterfeit miracles to deceive the nations and, if possible, even God’s people.