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Signs of the Times
Editor Nathan Brown
Categories Christian - Seventh-day Adventist
Frequency monthly
Publisher Signs Publishing Company
First issue November 2, 1886
Country  Australia
Language English
Website www.signsofthetimes.org.au
ISSN 1038-9733
For other uses see Sign of the times (disambiguation).

Signs of the Times is a monthly subscription magazine published by Signs Publishing Company, a Seventh-day Adventist publishing house, for Australia and New Zealand. "Signs" is an easy-to-read magazine for the general public "promoting positive relationships and family values, a healthful lifestyle and Bible-based Christian belief."[1]

Signs is related to the North American magazine of the same title, which is published by Pacific Press.

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History

Signs of the Times began publication in Melbourne on November 2, 1885 under the name Bible Echo and Signs of the Times.

Awards

Signs has won the following awards from the Australasian Religious Press Association (website)

  • 2009 Best humorous item – silver: "Another Shot at Saying 'Sorry'" by David Edgren, May 2008
  • 2005 Best illustration – winner: "When Liberty Drops Her Torch" by Shane Winfield, July 2004
  • 2003 Best Features – winner: "Attack on the world trade center one year on" by Hans Kunnen, August 2003
  • 2003 Best Magazine Layout – highly commended: Signs of the Times magazine
  • 2003 Most Originality – winner: "Letter From the Future", Robert Wolfgramm, June 2001

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Archives (from General Conference Archives):

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