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July-August 2018

The High Cost of High Intensity
Tomorrow’s Youth

Entertainment is not what it used to be. But are we paying a price for the “upgrade”? For example, compare the recent DC films to the 1960s “Batman” television series. Some modern superhero ensembles such as “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”...

London Calling

Many recently celebrated the anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx and his radical ideas. But was his the revolution the world truly needs?

Gerald Weston

The United States and many other Western nations are at a crossroads. Free speech is dying, and if it dies, so will many other things.

"A Blessing to All Nations"
Turning Points in World History

Why did some nations emerge and thrive at a specific point in time, while others remained quite primitive and mired in poverty? How did tiny Britain manage to assemble a global empire, and why did America become the greatest nation on the face of...

Oh Canada!

As the story goes, a young lieutenant travelled east from Winnipeg in August 1914, at the start of World War I. Harry Colebourn, a veterinary surgeon, was on his way to join the Canadian Expeditionary Force when he saw a young...

The Works of His Hands

Believe it or not, some scientists suggest that the octopus is not originally from Earth! What can we learn from this remarkable creature?

Questions and Answers
Questions and Answers

Lazarus and the Rich Man

Letters to the Editor
Letter to the Editor

Thank you. I was asking God to reveal to me the one true church that leads to Him. I never asked Him this before now. Here you are as an answer. [Written in response to the free booklet, ...

May-June 2018

Cover Story

Abortion remains one of the most controversial topics of our time. But the facts about it are clear—and they are coming from surprising sources.

Feature Story

Our series on the Reformation comes to a climactic review of the surprising, and often unreported, violent tactics of the reformers.