April 2008 • Volume 19, NO. 4
Israel is facing its greatest crisis since being founded in 1948. Its survival as a nation is at stake. It can survive only if Israelis return to their roots.
It can make the difference between life and death.
As other nations refuse to give the U.S. any more military support in Afghanistan, Germany steps up.
America’s reliance on the kindness of foreign nations to supply our basic needs has starved our industry. Next will be our military, then the nation.
While politicians draw up plans to divide Israel’s capital city, archaeologists are busily digging up Jerusalem’s celebrated past.
Europe’s growing ability to dictate global regulations and business practices is worth watching.
Recent rioting in Kenya could have consequences the participants aren’t considering.
Was the decision to invade Iraq America’s greatest foreign-policy blunder? Or was it just the consequence of an even greater error of judgment?
Do you understand how significant recent events in Kosovo are? A major battle is heating up between two rising superpowers!
This particular job description of the parent has eternal effects!
A pop quiz for American presidents—and presidential candidates
How many people even ask them? Yet here is a book that purports to answer them.
In his book Raising the Ruins, now available in bookstores, Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry exposes the reality of what happened to the Worldwide Church of God. Here is the 16th chapter.