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2015 May-June



The POWER of Religion

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

Is religious fanaticism something to be found "over there"? Might your own nation fall under the sway of a strong religious leader. Your Bible reveals the answer!

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Empires Come and Go

  • Richard F. Ames

From ancient Babylon to modern Europe, 6,000 years of civilization have seen the ebb and flow of once-great and newly great world powers—with one prophesied yet to come.

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Artificial Intelligence: Promise or Peril?

  • Wallace G. Smith

Will machine intelligence revolutionize human civilization—or bring it to the brink of destruction? What does the future portend for mankind?

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Positively!

  • Roger Meyer

Are you a pessimist, or a realist? Or should you simply stop worrying?

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Too Much of a Good Thing?

  • Richard Franz

Can a surplus of gasoline hurt as much as a shortage?

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The Church and You(th)

  • Jonathan McNair

For most young people today, church and religion has little importance in daily life. Compared to school, social media, popular entertainment, sports and other diversions, church is neither attractive nor...

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Waterloo and the Rise of an Empire

  • Adam J. West

June 18, 2015 marks the bicentennial of the Battle of Waterloo, a battle that 200 years ago halted abruptly the second Hundred Years' War between Britain and France. As historian Jeremy Black asserts, "...

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Which "World" Do You Live In?

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

It has been fascinating in my 84 years of life to observe the various "worlds" people live in. Most people are consumed by—and often limited by—the particular narrow world they inhabit.

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Coming End-Time Conflicts

  • Douglas S. Winnail

Many modern scholars conclude that "the only available guide" to political scientists is human logic and patterns of human behavior that can be discerned over time (The Improbable War, Christopher...

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Humboldt's Humble Swamp

  • Stuart Wachowicz

On the rolling Saskatchewan prairie, about 70 miles east of the city of Saskatoon, sits the pleasant community of Humboldt, population: 6,000. It was here that in the late 1970s and early...

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Questions and Answers

  • Editorial Staff

Must those with the Holy Spirit avoid alcoholic spirits?

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Letters to the Editor

  • Editorial Staff

I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your informative magazines. Learning of the Feasts and the true Sabbath has changed my life. God bless you all and keep this true good news coming.

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