The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have challenged the imagination for generations. What is the significance of the rider of the white horse?
Vision reviews three books that offer possible solutions to the challenges our planet faces as population steadily climbs, more cities become megacities, and the demand for food burgeons.
The order of the books of the Hebrew Scriptures as Christ would have known them was according to the tripartite division: the Law, the Prophets, the Writings.
Is modern science giving us better insight into who and what we are and why we exist? Vision reviews three books that explore the meaning of life.
The 16th president of the United States was one of the nation’s most illustrious, respected and steadfast leaders. Yet in key areas, his views evolved greatly over the course of his life.
New Testament scholar Craig A. Evans and Vision’s David Hulme discuss some of the evidence for Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.
Exploring the subject of crucifixion in the ancient world sheds additional light on the practice and also reveals what actually caused Christ to die.
Abraham Lincoln hoped the American Civil War would result in lasting peace. What caused that devastating conflict? Can peace ever be achieved in this world?
In the final chapters of Deuteronomy—the last of the five books of Moses—the man who led the Israelites out of Egypt to the edge of the Promised Land clarifies aspects of God’s laws and of His promises and warnings to the new nation.
Albert Einstein said that denaturing plutonium is nothing compared to what it takes to deal with the evil spirit of man—to render it harmless.