In the face of human nature, ideal government has proven to be little more than an elusive ideal. Still, there’s one option we haven’t yet tried.
For centuries Christians have celebrated Christ’s resurrection on Sunday. But does the Bible really describe an Easter Sunday resurrection?
This year Easter took place a month out of sync with the Jewish observance of Passover. Yet according to the New Testament, Jesus was crucified at the same time the priests would have been killing the Passover lambs.
Three historians undertake a careful review of one of the world’s ancient empires, encouraging readers to take another look at long-accepted facts and interpretations.
The period of the judges comes to an end when the ancient nation of Israel demands a king—for better or for worse.
Disease epidemics were once explained as expressions of God’s implacable anger over our sinful human nature. Then came modern science.
What’s the answer to the perennial problem of food shortages and famine?
Understanding the meaning of Revelation’s Four Horsemen requires a reliable interpreter. In Part 2, we continue our look at how the Bible itself explains the apostle John’s enigmatic vision.
Is there credible evidence that Jesus Christ was a real person? Skeptics notwithstanding, the answer is yes.
Misconceptions about the book of Revelation abound. In this episode we examine seven such myths and show where they go astray from a biblical point of view.