As human beings we want sure foundations for living and for teaching our children, not possibly weak footings of someone else’s too often unproven ideas.
First in a two-part series examining the political and religious complexities of Jerusalem.
Bernard Wasserstein offers a perspective on the importance of Jerusalem to the Jewish people and the likelihood of a peaceful resolution of the “Jerusalem Question.”
The latest movie episode of The Lord of the Rings is getting rave reviews. Why has J.R.R. Tolkien’s work had such lasting appeal?
Why was the translation of the Bible into English so violently opposed? First in a two-part series.
The disciples still had a lot to learn about their Master and about humility. Attaining spiritual riches requires that we be wholly invested in something other than the physical.
How can we cope (or help someone else cope) with the death of a loved one?
How much have humans contributed to the problem, and what should we do about it? Crispin Tickell says we need to act now to undo the damage.
Sallie Baliunas says science doesn’t support the popular view on the subject of climate change and its causes.
Is the unusual relationship between the British monarchy and the Bible, which has spanned nearly 500 years, still relevant?
Vision reviews books by Joel Best, Bernard Goldberg, and David Murray, Joel Schwartz and S. Robert Lichter on the accuracy and influence of the news.
Wycliffe set the stage for the great work of translation from the original languages that would be undertaken by William Tyndale.
Tolkien’s knack for stepping outside the box later enabled him to create not only a gripping story but an entirely new world for his readers.