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NewsWatch

NewsWatch

During His ministry on earth, Jesus Christ emphasized the need to watch the times in which we live and to pray we would be ready for His return: “And what I say to you, I say to all: Watch!” (Mark 13:37). On these pages, we plan to keep you informed of noteworthy news and current events that we believe should have your attention. Today’s world is changing quickly, and here at Tomorrow’s World we want to help you fulfill Christ’s admonition to watch!

 

2019
November-December
Watch and Warn

Read It for What It Really Says

Read It for What It Really Says

Read It for What It Really Says

Do we read what the Bible says, or what we think it says?

People misread things all the time. Instructions say, “Do this,” but people read, “Do that,” because they are distracted, they have their mind on something else, or they simply misread the instruction for what they think it says instead of what it really says.

2019
November-December
Article 2

Christmas—Does It Matter?

Christmas—Does It Matter?

Christmas is one of the most popular holidays in the world, yet few are familiar with its history—and fewer still with God’s thoughts on the matter.

2019
November-December
Feature Story

The Rise of Modern Paganism

The Rise of Modern Paganism

Ancient nature religions, long thought dead by many, are reemerging across Western nations. Why is this happening? And what does it portend?

2019
November-December
Cover Story

Protests, Peacocks, and Virtue Signalling

Protests, Peacocks, and Virtue Signalling

Protests, Peacocks, and Virtue Signalling

Wouldn’t it be great if you could demonstrate to the world what an amazing person you are just by posting where you eat—or don’t eat—on social media?

Given the current state of polarization in our society, it should come as no surprise that something as simple as the opening of a fast-food restaurant has become not only something controversial and a news story worthy of major headlines, but also one of the quickest ways to share with the world your remarkable example of “modern virtue.”

2019
November-December
Oh Canada!

How Can All of This Be Free?

How Can All of This Be Free?

There are two of our resources that you have not likely come across. Frankly, I do not think we have advertised them to the public or mentioned them in our magazine in years. Do you know what they are?

2019
November-December
Personal

Misinformation

Misinformation

Roger Meyer

I purchased my first personal computer (PC) in the early 1980s. It’s hard to believe that was almost forty years ago. I soon learned, and have jokingly declared, that a computer enables us to make mistakes and spread misinformation faster than humanly possible!

The 1980s comprised the explosive decade of the PC. In some ways, this was a great milestone event in the “Information Age,” which is said to have begun around 1975. For me, personally, it began with the advent of the personal computer.

Initial Publication Date: 
11/23/2019 – 1:00am

A Gentle and Quiet Heroine

A Gentle and Quiet Heroine

Melinda Brown

Movies can inspire us to change our attitudes or reflect on our lives and choices. Tense or dramatic movies can even move us to tears as we consider how we would handle ourselves in similar situations. But often, stories of real people are even more inspiring. I know a true story of a woman who, despite her circumstances, applied two principles that we do not see many women follow today.

Initial Publication Date:
10/09/2019 – 12:00am

In Search of Peace of Mind

In Search of Peace of Mind

J. Davy Crockett III

Charles Dickens, (1812–1870), the popular, prolific author of Britain’s Victorian Age, penned a poignant introduction to his famous novel, A Tale of Two Cities, published in 1859. Now that was a long time ago, yet his description of that time certainly fits this modern age. He wrote “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.”

Initial Publication Date: 
10/26/2019 – 12:00am