Signs of the Times
August 2006 Issue | Vol 121 No 8
Articles in This Issue:
If you find yourself reaching into the office biscuit tin to ward off hunger, alleviate boredom or satisfy a bad habit, think again! The fix will not give you lasting energy and, worse still, will add to your waistline!
Our Times - August 2006
Author of 'The Blue Day' book and other little books of thought
Because God is the infinite, personal Creator, distinct from His creation, oneness with Him does not mean the loss of identity, personality or individuality.
Testing evolution's leap of Faith
Everyone loves to give advice, but as Kim Peckham has discovered, people seldom listen to it.
Wittenberg, the small town that had a huge influence on the world
Receiving credit for helping refugees.
Graeme Loftus looks at a fundamental belief of Christianity, the church.
The battle in heaven still rages on
Follow the apostle Paul to the ancient town of Corinth to learn about life, death and the future life.
Watching a pet die is never easy. David Edgren shares a story of life and death from his childhood.
Cancer prevention could be as close as your spice rack, says Winston Craig, a professor of nutrition.
Do you think premarital counselling is necessary for two middleaged people who love each other and just want to get on with life?
Samir Selmanovic takes a "soul audit" and reflects on what that tells us about ourselves and about God.
A school promoting fun and healthy living for the whole family.