Signs of the Times
November 2016 Issue | Vol 131 No 11
Articles in This Issue:
Do slow walkers or fast walkers live longer?
Martin Luther, who started the Protestant Reformation, had some unique views about death.
They say money can’t buy happiness, but even a little has the potential to help thousands and address the inequalities of the world.
What is it that makes some friendships tick and others fade away?
Is it good to go gluten-free?
Taxes and death. Many of us try everything reasonable to avoid both, but, what if embracing one could help us to delay the other.
“I should be dead,” says Virginia Prodan, “buried in an unmarked grave in Romania. Obviously, I am not. God had other plans.”
It's time we brought wearing a hat in summer back into fashion. And it's official: boys cause more trouble than girls (during pregnancy).
Three stories of individuals who are repaying the organisation that helped save their lives.
What antichrist qualifications does each of the American presidential candidates possess?
Before Jesus left the earth He said He would return. But after nearly 2000 years, how can Christians believe that promise?
How can a book so inspire a man that he will spend the next 40 years trying to turn it into a movie?