What's in issue No. 48, Jan. 31, 2001?
Eight Church of God members die, 20 families homeless in earthquake-wracked El Salvador.
New Church of God congregations add 19th truth to list of 18.
In an essay about the three kinds of law the New Testament mentions, Wes White also writes about evidence he sees of a conspiracy to discredit God's law.
United Christian Ministries plans evangelizing visit to Kenya.
The Church of God International appoints a chief executive officer.
A new chairman takes the helm of the International Bible Learning Center.
Journal readers comment on articles and other letters in "Letters From Our Readers."
In the "Columns and Commentary" department, Eric Snow says the apostle Paul was not above drawing reason-based conclusions; James McBride urges you to break out of your sermon-format routine; Mark Little wonders who exactly was Herbert W. Armstrong; Dave Havir notes that some questions sure do make you think; Garry Pifer claims church leaders should directly support the poor among them; and Brian Knowles comments on what he sees as anti-Israel bias among the news and entertainment media.
A Church of God member remembers his father severely boxing his ears for a hasty remark in the presence of Harry Truman.
The Journal brings back an essay series on the "place of safety" that started in February 2000. Rich Traver advises his readers to take another look at the prophesied place of final training, and Bryn Hendrickson wonders if there will be such a place. See the print version of The Journal.
In his essay, Ed Burson tells how he deals with "discrepancies" in the preserved text of the Bible. See the print version of The Journal.
A yearly family weekend in Cincinnati attracts many from various Church of God groups.
A researcher in the Netherlands visits descendants of the Sabbatarians from Transylvania.
Plans for the Worldwide Church of God's headquarters property draw the ire of Pasadena residents at a public hearing.
A pastor surprises WCG members in Appleton, Wis.
A new Church of God wants to proclaim the Kingdom.
A new book by British writer David V. Barrett includes a section on the WCG and its derivatives.
"Notes and Quotes" announces a reunion of some Bicentennial bicyclists.
In Connections, Darlene Warren writes about canoeing that can last a lifetime, or at least feel like it.
Connections runs classified ads (including prayer requests).
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