Signs of the Times

October 2017 Issue | Vol 132 No 9

Articles in This Issue:

Where is God when it hurts?
Where is God when it hurts?
Loren Seibold reflects on one of the most perplexing questions humans ask.
The problem with business lunches
The problem with business lunches
Frequent eating out may be harming executives and those working in a fast-paced business world.
The Christian right . . . or wrong?
The Christian right . . . or wrong?
Clifford Goldstein points out that, according to the Bible, a false religion will one day be accepted by nearly all human beings around the world.
500 years on
500 years on
Harold Harker, with Melody Tan and Lee Dunstan, reflect on the legacy of the Reformation, half a millennium on.
A gift for you
A gift for you
Charissa Fong shares some thoughts about the spiritual gifts God has given to you so that you can have a part in sharing the good news of salvation with others.
Play it again: Why we love historical movies
Play it again: Why we love historical movies
When it comes to films, there is no time like the past.
Go healthy for good - October 2017
Go healthy for good - October 2017
The link between ADHD and risky sexual behaviour is much stronger than you might think.
The cost of a carnivore
The cost of a carnivore
Ross Chadwick says motor vehicles aren’t the world's worst polluters. So what is?
Beyond size
Beyond size
Suvi Mahonen says she struggles with her body image, but she learned an important lesson from her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter.
When drought hits home
When drought hits home
Ashley Eisele reports on the impact that a shortage of food and water is having on one family in Africa—and what ADRA is doing to help.
Total commitment to God
Total commitment to God
Ellen White challenges Christians to dedicate their lives fully to Christ and experience the joy that comes from making that commitment.
Mrs Luther and her sisters
Mrs Luther and her sisters
The roles women played in the Reformation are highlighted in a new book by popular historian Derek Wilson.
Katharina Luther: Strong, decided, enterprising
Katharina Luther: Strong, decided, enterprising
Carole Cusack, professor of Religious Studies at Sydney University, outlines key events in the life of Katharina von Bora, Martin Luther’s wife.
Take a break!
Take a break!
The idea of a sabbatical is catching on, with some businesses essentially paying their employees to NOT work. The benefits of a break, though, are clear.
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