Signs of the Times
October 2006 Issue | Vol 121 No 10
Articles in This Issue:
We all like sheep have gone astray. Robert Wolfgramm retells the story of the Bounty mutiny and draws some challenging parallels.
Outward-focused living: life as God intended
What are you afraid of? Julie Anne Hokin tells her story of conquering her fear of heights!
Australian of the Year 2006 talks about life, family, faith and medicine.
Not all carbs are bad.
Ever wondered why it's so hard to say no to advertising? Christine Miles investigates the theory behind the sales pitch.
We all want to be healthy. Andrew Cate reviews six studies that teach us about healthy living. Why not take one idea and run with it?
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's ... something else. Robert Wearner explores sightings of unidentified flying objects and considers the message they have for us.
Medical Hotline with James Wright
How would you feel if everyone said "Happy birthday!" to you a day late each year? Graeme Loftus explores the importance of celebrating Sabbath on time.
It's been said that all is fair in love and war. Oneta Dernelle explores the existence of both in families and suggests ways to move beyond fairness.
Everybody makes mistakes. Kim Peckham offers his mistakeridden life as an illustration.
Our Western world is embroiled in an epidemic of individualism. Samir Selmanovic sees in the nature of God and God's creation the power and neccessity of community.
My baby is eight months old and although I enjoy being at home with her, she is very clingy and I feel trapped most days.