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The First Terrorist
Ever since September 11, 2001, the world has been very aware of terrorism. But Mark Finley says that terrorism began long before that fateful date.
The War to End all Wars
This month marks the hundredth anniversary of the beginning of World War I. Ed Dickerson reflects on how that war started and its meaning for us today.
God's Plan to Solve the Problem of Evil
Throughout the ages, countless people have asked, "Why did God allow evil to exist?"
An Angel's Story
Penny Estes Wheeler "listens" as an angel explains where evil began and gives a synopsis of the conflict between good and evil on our planet.
When the Dragon Breathed Fire
Dragons are mythical creatures, but in 1946, a man tickled a dragon's tail and died.
Universe at War!
If you think two world wars and the wars in Korea, Vietnam, and the Middle East were terrible, consider the war Loren Seibold describes!
We struggle to understand God in the face of tragedies like the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Loren Seibold reflects on this timeless question.
Living in Enemy Territory
Why is there so much evil and suffering in the world?
War in Heaven: When Everything Went Wrong
Have you ever wondered where evil originated—whether God or Satan created it? The author responds to this fundamental question.
How Evil Began
The origin of evil is one of the most perplexing issues theologians try to deal with. Mark Finley points out the Bible’s answer to that question.
UFOs: Are We Alone in the Universe?
Are aliens from a distant galaxy trying to invade planet Earth? This article looks at what the Bible says about this important topic
How Evil Began
There was a time when evil didn't exist anywhere in the universe. Charles Mills explains how it got started.
The Terrorist of Revelation
Talk of terrorism is common, but the author reveals what the Bible says about the world's ultimate terrorist.
Did God Create the Devil?
Many Christians have wondered why God didn't create Lucifer so that he couldn't rebel.