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The Good News (magazine)

For the Mad Men episode, see The Good News (Mad Men). For other uses, see Good news (disambiguation).
The Good News
Editor Scott Ashley
Categories Christian magazines
Frequency Bi-monthly
Circulation 450,000
Publisher United Church of God
First issue November/December 1995
Country  United States
Language English also French, German, Spanish and Italian
Website ISSN 1086-9514

The Good News is a free religious magazine published bimonthly by the Articles are primarily written by the church's ministry.

Its sister publications are Apocalypse.

The Good News is descended from a magazine of the same name originally published by the Worldwide Church of God (WCG)[3] from 1951 to 1986.[4] UCG split from WCG in 1995 over doctrinal disagreements and started publishing its own version of The Good News the same year.[5]

The magazine is also attached to a weekly television program, Beyond Today, hosted by UCG pastors Darris McNeely, Gary Petty and Steve Myers.[6] It follows the magazine's themes by discussing world events through the filter of the church's apocalyptic beliefs and gospel of "God's soon-coming kingdom."[7]

The Good News is published in English, Spanish, German, French and Italian.


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