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I understand (from another editor) that this magazine was first published in 1972? When did it cease publication? What was its publication frequency? The website archives do not give dates. Thank-you, Colin MacLaurin (talk) 04:35, 18 April 2008 (UTC)
Bob Brinsmead changed the name from "Present Truth" to "Verdict" around the year 1979 because he wanted to distance himself from the name of the original Adventist publication from the late 19th century magazine called "Present Truth". Bob eventually rejected the Sabbath truth and all of the teachings of Christianity for that matter, but a few of us who remained true to the word of God and who were associated with the publication of the magazine decided to resurrect the magazine again around the year 1995 with the creation of the web site www.PresentTruthMag.org. We carry on with the doctrines which Bob Brinsmead abandoned. He is now a humanist Darwinian Deist. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Bill Diehl Jr (talk • contribs) 19:20, 17 January 2014 (UTC)