A recent trip to Africa, visiting members of the Church of God around Lake Victoria, emphasized the subtle interplay between giving and receiving.
The story of humanity is in large part the story of animosity and violence. What is it about people that leads them to treat one another as adversaries?
Sir John Polkinghorne talks to Vision’s Dan Cloer about some of the deficiencies of science without religion.
How did Darwin’s theory of natural selection and survival of the fittest become today’s dominant worldview?
A closer look at the Gospel and letter written by the Apostle John reveals some of the changes taking place in the late-first-century church.
What causes families to self-destruct, and how can the greater community help couples solve relationship problems and perhaps even prevent family violence?
Fear of an impending apocalypse has been with us for thousands of years. Why do people tend to get so caught up in each new prediction?
Most believers recognize the value of prayer—speaking to God. But what about the other half of communicating with the Creator—listening to Him?
Despite his perpetually youthful appearance, Cupid is no neophyte. History shows that this veteran Valentine has been plying his trade since ancient times.