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January-February 2001

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As the world becomes more and more interconnected, nations are fracturing along old ethnic and religious lines. Pension funds in Canada can be affected by economic developments in Russia or Thailand. Is there an alternative to mankind's fragile...


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The occult is becoming an increasingly popular subject in the entertainment industry, even while belief in a literal Devil remains unfashionable. As millions explore the spirit world in art, music and literature, Christians must ask themselves:...


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Most people smugly drift along through life holding ideas and beliefs which they have never PROVED! This may not be too dangerous when it involves opinions about sports teams, or about who was the world's greatest politician, the most beautiful...


November-December 2000

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For months, citizens of the United States have been bombarded with advertising urging them to "Vote for Al Gore!" or "Vote for George W. Bush!" How should a real Christian respond in such a politically charged atmosphere? More importantly—how...


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Scientists are forming plans for trips to Mars, though high costs and fragile technologies pose obstacles. God has an awesome destiny planned for humanity, more exciting and amazing than any science fiction story ever written. Your Bible reveals...


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Although the 20th century brought dramatic changes to our modern world, the ideas and beliefs that took root can trace their origins to centuries past. What are the consequences of mankind's most cherished beliefs? What is the truth, and where...


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At year-end, busy shoppers and revelers turn their attention to Halloween, Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations. But how often do they stop to ask "Why?" What do these holidays mean, and do they obscure mankind's attention from more...


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Many surveys show that Americans think their leaders—especially their presidents—should possess good character. Yet when it comes to specifics, most Americans tend to vote for the man or party they agree with on the "pocketbook" issues—the issues...


September-October 2000

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After nearly two centuries of decline, China is emerging as Asia's new epicenter of industry, trade and military power. With the world's largest army, and ambitions for greatness, China is poised to claim a position of world dominance. Its...


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Prophecy reveals some shocking truths about Germany's role in soon-coming end-time events. As Germans enjoy their nation's growing prosperity and power, many look to Germany as Europe's real leader. But where will a revitalized Germany lead...


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