Recent interviews by David Hulme emphasize the disturbing truth that humanity has no sure protection against the rise of totalitarianism.
It is generally thought that the various New Testament writers were divided in what they believed and taught. Do their writings bear this out?
Our planet shows increasing signs of succumbing to our assault. There are many ideas on fixing the problem, but the solution lies close to home.
The idea that global peace can be achieved through world government has a long history. But how realistic is this hope?
The apostle Peter wrote a second letter to the early Church just before his death. And like other New Testament writings, its message is timeless.
Aging and death are part of life—or are they? Science is telling us that it may soon be possible to extend life indefinitely. But is that what we really want?
In his semi-retirement from a long career focusing on outer space, scientist Robert Nathan is focusing on how humans can extend their life on earth.
The idea that the apostle Peter lived and died in Rome took on a life of its own after his death. Vision retraces Peter’s legendary rise to power.