From ancient empires to modern totalitarian and democratic governments, religious elements have been present in all the world’s political systems.
In a continuing study of Genesis, we trace the biblical record from Nimrod and the Tower of Babel to Abraham and the start of the Patriarchal Age.
References to a supreme Being are common in American culture. Even the nation’s currency proclaims, “In God We Trust.” How did this come to be?
Identifying the troublemakers in Colossians 2 has challenged scholars for centuries. Are we any closer today to resolving “the Colossian controversy”?
Vision interviews sociologist Steve Fuller, who argues that the fact of science—our ability to dissect and understand our world—is based on the faith that a Creator exists.
One of parenthood’s great challenges is teaching children to display active concern for others. How can parents encourage their kids to be helpful, caring and inclusive?
Throughout much of Christendom, the enduring image of the Old Testament God is of an angry, vengeful being. But the Bible itself paints a very different picture.
What kind of God does the Bible portray? Vision reviews three books on the subject.