It has become increasingly difficult to maintain individual standards of morality and character, and to teach our children why morality matters.
Hitler and Mussolini exuded messianic pretensions even before they came to power, and later willingly accepted the divinity their adoring publics granted them.
The year 2007 marks the 200th anniversary of Britain and America outlawing human trafficking. Yet the slave trade is a flourishing reality.
Kevin Bales, author of Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy, is considered the world’s leading expert on modern day slavery.
Confronted with the evidence of the inhumanity of slavery, William Wilberforce’s hope was to abolish it throughout the British Empire.
Elder abuse is a growing problem everywhere, according to the World Health Organization and other agencies. Why is it so prevalent, and what can be done about it?
The apostle Paul arrives in the ancient cities of Athens and Corinth. How he approaches his respective audiences is in itself enlightening.
How can we use the discoveries of neuroscience to help those who are grieving avoid the pitfalls that often lead to depression?
Happiness is a fairly new area of research. What can we learn about this elusive quality and how to attain it? Are there keys to happiness?