In his book Jesus of Nazareth, Pope Benedict XVI gives his understanding of Jesus after a lifelong theological study. Is it consistent with the biblical record?
Historically would-be saviors who promised peace and prosperity failed to deliver. Can any human being or form of government ultimately deliver us or bring salvation?
Are fathers necessary? Based on the statistics, loving, engaged and committed fathers are perhaps more important than ever before.
Vision’s Gina Stepp interviews psychologist Linda Nielsen about her book Embracing Your Father: Build the Relationship You Always Wanted With Your Dad.
David Hulme explores the question “What Makes Us Human?” from the generally overlooked perspective of the ancient Hebrew Scriptures.
We now possess the means of exploring many of the great questions of our place in the universe. But will we find the answers we’re looking for?
The prisoner Paul makes his way to Rome for a hearing before the famous Nero. But what might appear to be the end of the story is really just another beginning.
It’s generally acknowledged that the second-most important festival of the Christian calendar has no biblical support. Most people shrug that off as irrelevant, but is it?
By working backward through history, we find that Santa Claus has been with us in various guises for thousands of years.