Modern mythologies like Star Wars, Harry Potter and Doctor Who have much in common with ancient tales, not least the essential theme of good versus evil. We all long for a saving hero, but are we looking in the right place?
Chaos seems to rule everywhere across the globe. Information rains down, but without context we cannot understand and cope. Is there a way to contextualize the onrush of events? Are there filters we can use to separate out the particulars and understand the general?
The idea that history repeats itself is perhaps nowhere more evident than in the story of Israel’s conquest of the Promised Land. The book of Judges records cycles of obedience, disobedience, war and deliverance as the young nation interacts with neighboring peoples and their gods.
Before the ancient nation of Israel had a monarchy, it was ruled by a series of judges.
Moving relentlessly across history, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse wield great destructive power over humanity. What is the significance of the Red Horse?
As initiatives are made to communicate with life beyond Earth, will we finally get the message that has always been available to us?
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have challenged the imagination for generations. What is the significance of the rider of the white horse?
Vision reviews three books that offer possible solutions to the challenges our planet faces as population steadily climbs, more cities become megacities, and the demand for food burgeons.
The order of the books of the Hebrew Scriptures as Christ would have known them was according to the tripartite division: the Law, the Prophets, the Writings.
Is modern science giving us better insight into who and what we are and why we exist? Vision reviews three books that explore the meaning of life.