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Friday, July 11, 2014

Egypt’s Untapped Potential, America’s Consumerism, Agriculture’s Future, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe—The Real Truth™ Releases Its July 2014 Issue

WADSWORTH, Ohio, July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Real Truth™, a 10-issue-per-year publication distributed free of charge around the world, has published its July 2014 issue.


“A Window into Agriculture’s Future” (p. 1)

More headlines are heralding a growing crisis in global agriculture and food production. Leaders are watching with grave concern, anticipating the horrific consequences that could come upon their citizens. Yet one program has not only foreseen this crisis, but is committed to educating the world about its causes and demonstrating a better way—the Agriculture Education and Research Institute (AEARI).

Other Articles Featured in the July 2014 Issue


“America’s Consumerism—Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of…Stuff?” (p. 6)

“Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” has become “life, liberty and the pursuit of stuff.” The effects of this shift are evident in our overwhelmingly consumerist culture—and it is dragging down the nation.


“Egypt’s Untapped Potential” (p. 9)

Pyramids, museums and sphinxes stand as a testament to the power Egypt once held. Yet many of these same cultural icons now sit vacant, unable to provide people a source of income—all because the country cannot find internal peace and stability. Why can Egypt not solve its own troubles and return to international prominence?


“Lost Under City Lights” (p. 14)

Our dependence on electric light is firmly entrenched, with studies regarding its damaging effects usually unheeded. But one fact is indisputable: blotting out the stars with incandescent and fluorescent bulbs robs us of some of the most stunning vistas found in the human experience.


“Shinzo Abe—Prime Minister of Japan” (p. 18)

An old Japanese proverb states, “Drops of water will drill through a stone.” It is exactly this type of tenacity that has placed Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the world spotlight.


“Did Jesus Teach Socialism?” (p. 22)

Millions of people believe Jesus would enact socialist policies because of His teachings about love and good will toward one’s neighbor. Did He really advocate an early form of socialism during His time on Earth?


“Does God Speak Through ‘Blood Moons’?” (p. 30)

Four total lunar eclipses throughout the next year and a half have prompted the theory that the sun and the moon are God’s way of communicating with mankind. What is the truth from the Bible?


“Extreme Weather Pinches Food Budgets Across Globe” (p. 32)

From droughts in the United States and Brazil to excessively wet conditions in the United Kingdom to brushfires in Australia, extreme weather and its effects have helped push up the cost of many pantry staples.

“Tablets Negatively Affect Preschoolers’ Motor Skills” (p. 33)

Young children entering preschool are adept at manipulating the touch-screen of a computer tablet—often surpassing the skills of their parents—but their abilities to stack building blocks or properly grasp a pen or pencil have been stunted in the process.

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Tailored after the former Plain Truth magazine produced by the Worldwide Church of God under Herbert W. Armstrong, The Real Truth—its successor—continues to tackle seemingly unanswerable topics, providing answers and solutions from a spiritual perspective. The magazine is backed by a history of quality and excellence, as well as a loyal group of financial supporters. It is produced by The Restored Church of God®, a nonprofit organization devoted to teaching Christ’s gospel—the GOOD NEWS of the coming KINGDOM OF GOD.

About David C. Pack:

Founder and Pastor General of The Restored Church of God, Editor-in-Chief of The Real Truth magazine, and voice of The World to Come™ program, David C. Pack has reached many millions around the globe with the most powerful truths of the Bible—unknown to almost all. He has authored 80 books and booklets, personally established over 50 congregations, and appeared as a guest on The History Channel. Mr. Pack attended Ambassador College in Pasadena, California, entered the Worldwide Church of God ministry in 1971, and was personally trained by its founder, Herbert W. Armstrong.

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