Canadian Telecasts

Hong Kong in Prophecy

  • By Gerald Weston

How did a small island nation come to be known as Great Britain and possess an empire in which the sun never set?

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Stone of Destiny

  • By Gerald Weston

Since 1296, the kings and queens of England have been crowned while sitting on a throne with a stone tucked away under the seat.

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Can You Trust the Bible?

  • By Richard F. Ames

What makes the Bible different from other “holy books”? Is it just another historical document, filled with human error?

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Does Love Need a Teacher?

  • By Gerald Weston

What is real love? Is it a feeling? Is it something inherent in us or does it need to be taught?

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Living for Tomorrow

  • By Gerald Weston

The concept of live for today and forget about tomorrow permeates much of youth culture. But is this truly the way to live your life?

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Rethinking Darwin

  • By Gerald Weston

Many people believe in the existence of an all-powerful God who created the universe and designed and engineered life on this planet.

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A Scientific Approach to Morality

  • By Gerald Weston

Scientific studies have proved advantageous in learning how best to implement all kinds of diverse programs.

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I Wanna Live Forever

  • By Gerald Weston

What benefit is fame, fortune, and family as long as there is death?

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Will You Go to Heaven?

  • By Roderick C. Meredith

In this edition of Tomorrow’s World, the Bible’s teachings on heaven are explained.

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Reaping the Whirlwind

  • By Rod King

Disasters leave a mark long after they have passed. People still hope for the best, and are look forward to the return of the former good times.

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Why Marriage?

  • By Gerald Weston

The institution of marriage is under assault today as never before.

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How Much Is Enough?

  • By Gerald Weston

It is interesting how most people profess to know that money does not make happiness, but they live as though they believe just the opposite.

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