Magazines

2016 July-August



Satan's Alternative Universe

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

The devil and his demons offer a strange new world where good is evil and evil is good. Will you reject Satan's lies, or fall victim to his deceptions?

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Seven Keys for Peace of Mind

  • Richard F. Ames

Despite so many challenges and stresses around us, we can take comfort in using tools God has given us to find solace and joy even in times of distress.

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Why Does God Heal?

  • Rod McNair

We know that God can provide divine healing, but do we understand what He is doing when He heals—and why?

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A Life Well Spent

  • J. Davy Crockett III

Why settle for the false hope invented by men when you can have the true hope revealed in your Bible?

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A Promise of Rest

  • William Williams

War seems like a fact of life, but God promises a better time soon ahead!

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Face-to-Face

  • Bob Rodzaj

The ever-increasing use of social networking and electronic devices continues to raise concerns, not about how much we are communicating with each other, but how we are communicating with...

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Begotten or Cloned?

  • Simon R. D. Roberts

Dolly—arguably the most famous sheep in world history—was born 20 years ago, on July 5, 1996. She was the first mammal ever to be cloned as an exact genetic copy of her mother, and born healthy. The...

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Are You Responsive to Jesus Christ?

  • Richard F. Ames

By the time you read this magazine, I trust that most of you have received the special "semi-annual" letter from our Editor in Chief, Dr. Roderick C. Meredith. Twice a year, he writes to Tomorrow's...

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The Rise of World Religions

  • Douglas S. Winnail

Why is the world filled with different religions? What is the source of these divergent views that have persisted down through the ages? The Bible offers an informative perspective that is largely ignored...

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The Man Who Mapped Canada

  • Stuart Wachowicz

In 1786, a 16-year-old apprentice took part in his first trip to the vast, little-known interior of northwestern North America. The young man was David Thompson. This year is the 230th...

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The Tireless Human Heart

  • Wallace G. Smith

It is not very large—in fact, it is only a little larger than your closed fist. Yet its small size belies the unique and vital role it plays in your life. Indeed, without it you would have no life at all!...

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Questions and Answers

  • Editorial Staff

Jesus Christ did not abolish the Ten Commandments; He magnified them!

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Letters to the Editor

  • Editorial Staff

Please remove me from your mailing list. In your Jan-Feb magazine, "The Value of Competitive Sports" is so far from God's truth. Today's NCAA and the sin of professional athletics is premised on pride and...

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