Signs of the Times

September 2005 Issue | Vol 120 No 9

Articles in This Issue:

Pilling the Bull
Pilling the Bull
A salutary lesson from someone else's mistake.
No Need to Get Mad!
No Need to Get Mad!
Kids can be frustrating, as all parents well know. But as Sheila O'Connor points out, you can and need to stay in control of them-and yourself.
The Da Vinci Code, Constantine and Christians
The Da Vinci Code, Constantine and Christians
Is there truth in this bestseller?
Talking of Marriage
Talking of Marriage
Perfect marriages are made in heaven. But what happens next.
Medical Hotline: September 2005
Medical Hotline: September 2005
Many feel miserable and fear they are headed for serious depression and need treatment.
A Mothers Faith
A Mothers Faith
When her son contracted meningitis this mother turned to God for help.
Making Sense of Creation
Making Sense of Creation
It isn't always easy to see the hand of God in the natural world
How can I trust again?
How can I trust again?
I don't understand what has happened. I don't know if I'll be able to ever trust anyone else again.
No Butts, take control and quit smoking
No Butts, take control and quit smoking
Take control of your life again, and break the smoking habit with 8 ways to help you quit
Hope Just Ahead
Hope Just Ahead
You'll find out a lot when you walk the road with the apostle Paul.
James Morrison's Soul Music
James Morrison's Soul Music
Going gospel and loving it!
Two of a Kind
Two of a Kind
Although similar, Reformers Luther and Zwingli had their differences.
Our Times: September 2005
Our Times: September 2005
The plan is to link mobile phone users to Internet publications, even when they are not online.
God's Vision for the Future
God's Vision for the Future
Students at Canberra's Macquarie Primary School were asked to close their eyes and imagine the year 2020 then write what they saw.
The feet of clay: European disUNION
The feet of clay: European disUNION
Disunity again threatens the European Union (EU).
Excuses, Excuses ...
Excuses, Excuses ...
Making excuses for our actions, or lack of them, is almost part of human nature. But is it acceptable? Glenis Lindley gives her opinion.
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