Signs of the Times
Jan - Feb 2018 Issue | Vol 133 No 1
Articles in This Issue:
Intermittent fasting has become popular as a weight-loss strategy. But what is it, and how does it compare to continuous calorie-restricted diets?
You can nurse your hurt feelings for a long time with a grudge, but Loren Seibold reflects on a solution that’s much more satisfying—and it’s permanent.
Doug Batchelor explains why he switched from observing the Sabbath on Sunday, the first day of the week, to observing it on Saturday, the seventh day.
Mark Finley explores the times and legacy of pioneering Reformer and English Bible translator John Wycliffe.
JUMP!Not all leaps of faith are equal. Gary Swanson asks what was so tempting about Satan asking Jesus to throw Himself down from the top of the temple in Jerusalem.
John Knight, aka media medic Dr James Wright, says he’s grateful after beating life-threatening cancer, twice.
While regulators ignore appeals from the grassroots, the gambling industry continues to gobble up profits. All just harmless fun? Don’t bet on it.
Ed Gallagher says finding hope for the end of the world requires looking in an unexpected place . . .
Fear and anxiety can cause the brain to "down-shift". Dr Arlene Taylor shares some advice and tips on how to get our brains back into high gear.
Who knew so much good could come from a bucket lined with aluminium foil and a few LED bulbs?
In a country where women have to fight doubly hard for gender equality, Jacqueline Joseph is trying to change the very fabric of society.