In the final chapters of Deuteronomy—the last of the five books of Moses—the man who led the Israelites out of Egypt to the edge of the Promised Land clarifies aspects of God’s laws and of His promises and warnings to the new nation.
Albert Einstein said that denaturing plutonium is nothing compared to what it takes to deal with the evil spirit of man—to render it harmless.
Few Bible scholars believe the book of Joshua, describing Israel’s conquest of the Promised Land, to be of any historical value. What does the Bible tell us about that period of history, and can it be trusted?
Why is the word orthodox applied to a group within Judaism today?
The world uses the terms Christian and Christianity with little thought to origins. Where did the terms come from, and what did they mean?
The actual cause of Jesus’ death on the cross has long been debated, but the biblical accounts tell us precisely how, and why, He died.
Thirty years ago, the world’s worst nuclear accident occurred. Since then the effects have been felt worldwide, and the situation has yet to be contained.
Those who suffer with PTSD often ask, “Where was God in all of this? Doesn’t He care?” The reality is that God has been very much involved from the beginning, but other factors are at play.
Do we understand and appreciate one of our most basic natural resources—the soil that sustains life itself? Vision interviews Deborah Koons Garcia.
Humanity has gone from nurturing nature to destroying our only home. Is restoration of the earth still possible? From where and how can it come?