The Other Prophecy

Winter 2000

The Other Prophecy

John Meakin

By no means is prophecy restricted to today’s popular usage—that is, predicting the future. 

Speak to Us Smooth Things

Winter 2000

“Speak to Us Smooth Things”

Brian Orchard

Have the prophets of the Bible been misjudged? Their writings have challenged those seeking to understand the relevance of the Bible to our times.

Insight: A New Vision for the Middle East?

Winter 2000

A Vision for the New Middle East?

David Hulme

Shimon Peres continues to break the mold. In his own words he has shifted from being a “terrible hawk” to espousing the cause of peace. 

Hitler: Evil Unprecedented

Winter 2000

Hitler: Evil Unprecedented

Robert C. Boraker

Fascination with Adolph Hitler continues to prey on the modern mind. Three books published in 1998 attempt to shed light on his evil persona.

Funeral Pyre of a Straw God

Winter 2000

Funeral Pyre of a Straw God

David F. Lloyd

Several recent books address the allegation that God is dead. Does modern philosophy succeed in laying the God of the Bible to rest?

A Point of Convergence

Winter 2000

A Point of Convergence

Peter Roberts

In revising its position on the origin of the universe, science has unwittingly come to agreement with the Bible.

Jerusalem on Fire

Premier Issue

Jerusalem on Fire

A rare reproduction of a lost oil painting titled The Siege and Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans Under the Command of Titus, A.D. 70 by David Roberts.

A 20th Century Retrospective

Premier Issue

A 20th-Century Retrospective

John Meakin

The 20th century was one of stark contrasts. Its technology brought vast improvements but also devastating wars and genocide. Why such a dichotomy?

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