February 2006 • Volume 17, NO. 2
A new office building—a budding college—a multiplying media effort—the Philadelphia Church of God, which produces this newsmagazine, is successfully rebuilding a vital work that had been stopped and dismantled.
We wouldn’t be able to ‘raise up the ruins’ without it.
If you have ever been associated with the Worldwide Church of God or one of its offshoots, I ask you to prayerfully read this letter.
The transformation of the Worldwide Church of God into a mainstream evangelical group is the most astonishing story in modern religion. WCG leaders have told their version of events in numerous books, articles and interviews. That version, however, is riddled with errors and outright lies. In a new book to be published this year, Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry exposes the reality of what happened to the WCG. Here is the first chapter.
Courtesy of the rise in the public profile of the Vatican and the rise of Islam, religion is headline news.Yet it is as confused as ever in answering the basic questions of life.
Why the Trumpet has a clearer definition than any other news source.
The Muslim Brotherhood, though officially banned, is now Egypt’s largest and most influential opposition party. This signals a stunning shift within one of America’s few remaining Middle Eastern allies.
Iran is looking to make the plight of the Palestinians a pan-Islamic cause—and to crown itself king over the effort.
Is Iran’s president deliberately trying to get under Germany’s skin? If so, it appears to be working.
Globalization and outsourcing are hammering our icons of industry.