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By Gerald Flurry, from July 19, 2014 in Top Stories »
We live in a world engulfed in darkness, but the Bible reveals how this blind world can find light. This bright hope dates back to the Old Testament—and it dates forward to the return of Jesus Christ!
Increase Your Bible IQ from the August 2014 Trumpet Print Edition »
The Philadelphia Trumpet, in conjunction with the Herbert W. Armstrong College Bible Correspondence Course, presents this brief excursion into the fascinating study of the Bible. Simply turn to and read in your Bible each verse given in answer to the questions. You will be amazed at the new understanding gained from this short study!
By Gerald Flurry, from May 31, 2014 in Top Stories »
At Jesus Christ’s first coming, the Jews wanted a sign. He gave them the sign of Jonah—three days and three nights in the grave. That sign is dual. It shows when Christ will come again!
From May 25, 2014 in News »
Two leaders discuss the only possible way to bring lasting peace to the Middle East.
By Gerald Flurry, from May 24, 2014 in Top Stories »
Bible scholars are confused by the conclusion of the book of Chronicles. But its conclusion reveals the ultimate potential of mankind!
They have seized the public’s attention. What does the Bible really say? The answer may surprise you. 
By Gerald Flurry, Feature article from the July 2014 Trumpet Print Edition »
Once you know America and Britain’s biblical identity, you can grasp the significance of one of Christ’s major prophecies.
Increase Your Bible IQ from the July 2014 Trumpet Print Edition »
The Philadelphia Trumpet, in conjunction with the Herbert W. Armstrong College Bible Correspondence Course, presents this brief excursion into the fascinating study of the Bible. Simply turn to and read in your Bible each verse given in answer to the questions. You will be amazed at the new understanding gained from this short study!
By Stephen Flurry, Principles of Living from the July 2014 Trumpet Print Edition »
For every ‘thou shalt not,’ there is an implied positive command. 
Testing the limits of faith