Science and the Bible agree on fundamental aspects of what makes life possible. Uncovering its origin and purpose by scientific means has proven more challenging.
Must a person be converted to Christianity in this life or suffer eternal punishment in the next? Not according to the Bible.
Regardless of the ideals set forth by leaders, humanity has never yet succeeded in preventing violence and war. Is there any solution?
As David takes Saul’s place on the throne of Israel, he shows himself to be a man of great strength but also of serious weaknesses.
King David’s character was multifaceted. How is it that for all his weaknesses, God could still call him “a man after his own heart”?
The Trinity dogma is described as “the central doctrine of the Christian religion” yet “enveloped . . . by a kind of darkness.” How can that be?
It’s no secret that Benito Mussolini saw himself as a 20th-century Roman emperor. But new evidence confirms that he also thought of himself as the savior—the Christlike messiah—of the Italian people.
What makes us human and sets us apart from other species? Is it self-awareness or free moral agency, conscience, or the capacity to imagine? It’s more than you might think.
Vision reviews three books addressing the increasingly insistent claim that without religion, there would be much less war and violence in the world.
Biochemist Jennifer Doudna talks to Vision’s Dan Cloer about a genetic-engineering breakthrough that has profound implications for biology and medicine.