Philadelphia Trumpet  •  September/October 2004  •  Volume 15, No. 8
  • Economy
    Black Gold
    It’s true: Oil does make the world go round. Worldwide petroleum demand is growing. Trouble is, supplies are maxed out, and disruptions to the supply are likelier than ever.
  • World
    From the Editor
    The Scary Truth Behind the Milosevic Trial
  • Preparing to Push
  • France: The Beginning of the End
    For 14 years now, the Trumpet has foretold of the unification of Europe under German leadership. For more than 50 years before us, our parent magazine, the Plain Truth, spread the same message. Even as the dead were buried and the wounded limped from World War II’s battlefields, the Plain Truth’s editor in chief, Herbert W. Armstrong, warned of the future resurrection of Germany.
  • How Would Jesus Vote?
    When most people first read the question above, they probably came up with an answer right away. But religious figures have come out in support of both candidates for the United States presidency. Can they all be right? Whose side is God on?
  • Science
    The Downfall of American Agriculture
    Agriculture is one of the most critical and traditionally stable sectors of the American economy.
  • Society
    The Unreachable Olympic Ideal
    Since the eighth century, the Olympic Games have been accompanied by the declaration of an international truce. All nations are called upon to halt war from seven days before the games to seven days afterward, allowing participants and spectators to travel to and from the Olympics safely.
  • Improve With Age!
    “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” the saying goes. Don’t believe it!
  • Religion
    You Shall Not Murder (Part 7)
    Do you know all there is to know about the Sixth Commandment?
  • The Plain Truth About Human Embryo Stem Cell Research
  • Commentary
    Hope to Cope
    Tough times are about to get unbearable. But don’t forget what’s on the other side.