Identity awareness means asking and answering the question, “Who am I?” But this is only the starting point in resolving intercommunal problems.
The magnitude of evil perpetrated by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini and their brutal totalitarian regimes proved them utterly false messiahs.
By the 1970s, the medical community believed they had all but won the war against communicable diseases. What happened?
As neuroscience develops tests for particular psychological traits and medical predispositions in individuals, what moral values will govern such information?
Until recently it was generally thought that we are incapable of producing new brain cells after early childhood.
All civilizations and cultures, it seems, developed legends about avoiding our inevitable date with death. Could these accounts have a common source?
Whenever times or circumstances change, people’s concept of truth changes with it. So what is truth?
The apostle Paul sets out on a journey to the ancient cities of Asia Minor and Greece. Even today, his experiences offer valuable and instructive lessons.
Most Bible scholars pit the apostles James and Paul against one another. A brief review of the historical record shows the origins of that mistaken idea.
Vision reviews two books by R.J.B. Bosworth on Benito Mussolini and life in Italy under his dictatorship.