The Good News


The Good News

Infobox Magazine
title = The Good News


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editor-in-chief =
editor = Scott Ashley
frequency = Bi-monthly
circulation = 500,000
category = Christian magazines
publisher = United Church of God
firstdate = November/December 1995
country = Flag|United States
language = English also French, German, Spanish and Italian
website = [http://www.gnmagazine.org www.gnmagazine.org]
issn = 1086-9514

"The Good News" is a free religious magazine published bimonthly by the United Church of God. Subscriptions are provided by the voluntary contributions of members of the United Church of God, coworkers and donors. The magazine also has a weekly 27 minute online radio program hosted by Gary Petty, of which there are 120 editions. The Good News currently has a circulation of over 500,000 and has subscribers in over 120 nations.

Themes of the articles published in the Good News Magazine include:
* Biblical doctrine.
* World news reporting.
* Prophecy.
* Warning the English-speaking peoples of their sins and coming punishment of those sins.
* Social issues.
* The defense of creationism against evolution.
* The defense of the Bible as the inerrant, inspired, and authoritative Word of God.
* Emphasis on the Kingdom of God as the solution to mankind's problems.


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