Philadelphia Trumpet • August-September 2007 • Volume 18, NO. 8
Erratic weather plagues much of the world and has many looking for answers. Why the deluge of curses and drought of blessings?
As scientists run their biggest race, the U.S. falls hopelessly behind Europe.
Hamas’s coup in the Gaza Strip was the move of a short-sighted, overreaching power that is about to ignite a world war—and then perish in it.
… and what to expect from the UK’s new prime minister
Reflections on a life
Where today’s surge in violent crime is leading— and where it will stop!
Sometimes appearances can be deceiving. Current tensions between Russia and Germany, far from forging a geopolitical split between the two, are setting the scene for an alliance.
Toys play a major role in the life of any child. How do you select the right ones?
The solution to the linguistic and cultural confusion that divides our world
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 eleventh chapter.
Confrontation over the future of Kosovo reveals the depth of German ambition in the Balkans. by trumpet staff