Signs of the Times
March 2007 Issue | Vol 122 No 3
Articles in This Issue:
Christine Miles explores the joy and skill of raising great kids with New Zealand's parenting experts Ian and Mary Grant.
For centuries cultures have created gods to meet their own needs. Loron Wade explores the nature of the one true God and explains the danger of false gods.
Colin Renfrew opens his heart and tells his story.
Four Gospels tell the same story-of Jesus' life and death- each from their own perspective. David Edgren opens Mark's Gospel and finds some unlikely heroines.
The stories in the Bible teach the value God places on each of us. Stephanie Fox recalls a few of her favourites.
Medical Hotline with Dr James Wright
People who choose low "energy-dense" diets eat more food (by weight) but consume fewer calories, helping them to better regulate their weight, according to a new study of more than 7000 Americans published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
A distant land and a long-ago time point us to a present-day reality of God. Graeme Loftus explains.
Signs of the Times is serious about presenting a complete and unswerving portrayal of God and His Holy Scriptures.
Travel back in time with Arthur Patrick to an English churchyard in 1428. As robed churchmen watch intently, a man's bones are unearthed and thrown on a blazing fire. Why must all memory of him be destroyed?
What happens when your private demons start hurting those around you? Jennifer Schwirzer, pictured, shares her journey of both spiritual and physical healing.
Death makes its mark on each of us as we lose loved ones. Mark Finley offers hope for the sorrowful soul.
"Kneel before your king" has been heard by a myriad of subjects. Samir Selmanovic reveals a kingdom where the kneeling is done by the King-a Servant King.
My biggest concern is that my girls do not want to go to church with me anymore. They have thrown away the values I taught them.
Making the right decisions is difficult. Kim Peckham wonders what it would be like to know God's will in all matters.
I once visited a beautifully ornate temple in northern India. People were filing past the lingam, paying homage with gifts of money and flowers.