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2005 March-April



Abortion: A Modern Holocaust?

  • Douglas S. Winnail

Every year, millions of unborn babies are being murdered in their mothers' wombs. What does today's widespread acceptance of abortion tell us about ourselves, and about our modern society? What will be the...

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The Future of Democracy

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

For more than 200 years, other nations have looked to the United States as a bastion of democracy. In recent years, however, former allies have distanced themselves, and the spread of Islam has challenged...

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Can America Police the World?

  • John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

As the world's only remaining superpower, can—and should—the United States use its economic and military strength to enforce its values on other nations? Bible prophecy warns that U.S. entanglements...

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The Answer to Unanswered Prayer

  • Richard F. Ames

Do you pray regularly? Does God always answer your prayers? When you feel that your prayers are not being answered, where do you turn? The Bible offers practical strategies that can help you recognize—and...

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Easter: Egging on a Myth?

  • William Bowmer

On Easter, billions celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But how many really know what they are doing? Many do not realize that the first Christians did not celebrate Easter—and that Scripture offers...

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Are You a Compromiser?

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

In our desire to be "nice" or "tolerant," we may unwittingly water down our entire concept of right and wrong. In this "tolerant" spirit, some assume that all religions are equal—that God has not revealed...

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Lovers Become Rivals

  • Douglas S. Winnail

God warned through the prophet Jeremiah that "all your lovers have forgotten [forsaken] you… I have wounded you with the wound of an enemy… because your sins have increased… in the latter days you will...

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Questions and Answers

  • Editorial Staff

Question: In Isaiah 26:14, the prophet Isaiah seems to indicate that the dead will not be resurrected. However, we know that Jesus Christ taught the hope of the resurrection. To what, then...

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