Signs of the Times

April 2017 Issue | Vol 132 No 3

Articles in This Issue:

Light on the Track
Light on the Track
Kepsie Elodo reflects on life along the Kokoda Track.
War and peace
War and peace
Where did war come from, and is there any chance of peace ever being victorious?
Of metal detectors and miracles
Of metal detectors and miracles
An unrelated event on a quiet beach sparked a thought that serves to illustrate why science can’t explain biblical miracles. Sven Östring explains.
Why Jesus' death matters
Why Jesus' death matters
Modern critics claim that Jesus’ death has no more meaning than anyone else’s death. Clifford Goldstein responds to that challenge.
Where is Jesus’ tomb?
Where is Jesus’ tomb?
Wherever Jesus’ tomb is, Loren Seibold says, it really doesn’t matter, because Jesus isn’t in it.
Courage in a crisis
Courage in a crisis
Suvi Mahonen’s two-year-old daughter was sick and getting worse, even after the first visit to the emergency room.
Along the Kokoda Track
Along the Kokoda Track
A walk down memory lane, along the path of "angels".
Go healthy for good - April 2017
Go healthy for good - April 2017
Eating more nuts could save your life. And why you should never order the "combo" meal from fast food restaurants.
The third temple prophecy
The third temple prophecy
Do events in the nation of Israel mark the beginning of the so-called end times? Will a new Jewish temple be built on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem?
Catalina flies again
Catalina flies again
Signs editor Lee Dunstan recently visited a facility catering specifically for a unique and oft ignored part of our community.
What is pacifism
What is pacifism
Award-winning Hacksaw Ridge tells the story of Medal of Honor winner Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector. Julian Hibbert explores the philosophy of pacificism and its related positions.
Anti-inflammatory eating
Anti-inflammatory eating
Silent, chronic, widespread inflammation in the body is now recognised as a key driver for degenerative diseases. And what you eat can either dampen or drive this process—in children and adults alike.
Review: Silence
Review: Silence
It's called Silence, but this Oscar-nominated film presents deep themes and questions worth talking about.
Commandment keeping starts here
Commandment keeping starts here
Slipping into her great-grandfather’s KKK robe, Nicole turned out the light and looked in the mirror. She shuddered at the image looking back at her.
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