'The End of Dollar Hegemony'
U.S.Congressman Ron Paul - 16/02/2006

"That general rule has held fast throughout the ages. When gold was used, and the rules protected honest commerce, productive nations thrived. Whenever wealthy nations -- those with powerful armies and gold -- strived only for empire and easy fortunes to support welfare at home, those nations failed."

Wedding industry in the pink
BBC News - 13/02/2006

With an estimated 121 civil partnership ceremonies taking place each day, one survey suggests the pink wedding industry could be worth as much as £600m by 2010.

High energy prices threaten growth
A.P. - 12/02/2006

Last week, the US government reported its trade deficit grew to a record $725.8 billion (euro606.3 billion) in 2005 and many economists worry the deficits are unsustainable and could lead to volatility of currency and bond markets.

'US plans military blitz against Iran's nuke sites'
Times of India - 12/02/2006

The war strategists are reporting to Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, as the US is updating plans for action if the diplomatic offensive fails to thwart the Islamic republic's nuclear bomb ambitions, the report said

Arab firm to oversee 6 U.S. ports
A.P. - 11/02/2006

A company in the United Arab Emirates is poised to take over significant operations at six American ports as part of a corporate sale, leaving a country with ties to the Sept. 11 hijackers with influence over a maritime industry considered vulnerable to terrorism.

Why would Iran start an arms race in the Middle East?
Aljazeera.com - 11/02/2006

"If Iran used the bomb, they would face hundreds of Israeli NUCLEAR WARHEADS, and thousands in the U.S.," Giraldi, who writes for The American Conservative, a print magazine that contends the conservative movement, further states "Iran would be annihilated and would cease to exist. They know this".

Catholic Group to Attend World-Council Assembly
(Zenit.org) - 10/02/2006

VATICAN - A Catholic delegation will attend the 9th General Assembly of the World Council of Churches, to be held February 14-23 in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Cartoon editors face mixed fates
BBC News - 10/02/2006

Editors who have republished controversial cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad have faced a wide variety of different fates.

Doomsday for the Internet?
PrisonPlanet.com - 06/02/2006

Several developments that are coming to the fore indicate a noticeable advance towards a government regulated, taxed and controlled system that spells doomsday for the Internet as we know it.

PM attacked over Iraq war prayers
BBC - 04/02/2006

Anti-war campaigners have criticised Tony Blair after he revealed he had prayed to God when deciding whether or not to send UK troops to Iraq in 2003.

The West Bank
The Times - 27/01/2006

PALESTINE - The EU funded Arafat's corruption. It must not finance Hamas terrorism.

U.S. plans envision broad attack on Iran
Reuters - 23/01/2006

U.S. contingency planning for military action against Iran's nuclear program goes beyond limited strikes and would effectively unleash a war against the country, a former U.S. intelligence analyst said on Friday. "I've seen some of the planning You're not talking about a surgical strike," said Wayne White, who was a top Middle East analyst for the State Department's bureau of intelligence and research until March 2005. "You're talking about a war against Iran" that likely would destabilize the Middle East for years, White told the Middle East Policy Council, a Washington think tank.

MEPs reject Blair deal on EU budget
BBC - 19/01/2006

EUROPE - Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel, who succeeded Mr Blair as EU President, suggested the EU should now become self-financing to avoid such wrangling.

Ahmadinejad: Israel won't dare attack us
Ynetnews.com - 18/01/2006

In interview with Spanish newspaper during visit to South America, Iranian president says, 'They are aware of Iran's strength. I believe they won't do such a stupid thing.' He reiterates Israel will vanish 'like Soviet Union,' doubts Holocaust

Lethal secrets of 1918 flu virus
BBC - 18/01/2006

Scientists who recreated "Spanish flu" - the 1918 virus which killed up to 50m people - have witnessed its remarkable killing power first hand. The lungs of infected monkeys were destroyed in just days as their immune systems went into overdrive after a Canadian laboratory rebuilt the virus. The reason for the lethal nature of the 1918 flu was never fully understood. Experts behind this test say they have found a human gene which may help explain its unusual virulence. They are hoping to help control any future pandemic and believe that the strain may hold clues that will help them.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

Read online or contact email to request a copy

Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)