Signs of the Times
November 2005 Issue | Vol 120 No 11
Articles in This Issue:
"Detox" diets are a dime a dozen, but are they worth that much?
When I was upset and needed a hug, he gave me one-but it went further.
It's good to serve your family. But Cathy Irleland has begun to wonder if there is more to serving others.
All-or-nothing approaches to dieting don't work in the long run. Better to try something that allows success over the long term, proposes nutrition expert Kelly James-Enger.
Negotiate your way to a happier marriage.
A too literal view of heaven leads to conceptual difficulties. Better to keep it simple, suggests Kim Peckham, who has his own view of Paradise.
The seventh-day Sabbath, while not to be found among the Egyptian maxims, through archaeological discoveries is traced among the Babylonians.
Hard work and tenacity are the keys to success in any endeavour
Grabbing a wild bull by the tail isn't your usual way of learning a lesson.
Every time I hear the phrase, "to spend more time with family," I suspect a ruse.
Dr James Wright looks into some medical and health related issues
It's only as we follow the richness of Christ's poverty, says Harley Stanton, that we experience the riches of restoration and fulfilment.
Which comes first?
From the former USSR to Australia is a long way to travel, but from agnostic to believer is even further, as Reg Brown tells.
The book of Daniel contains words we need to hear - in any language.
The headline was startling: "US evangelist wants Chavez assassinated."