Winter 2016

Where Does Your Security Lie?

David Hulme

Hard as we may try, we can never guarantee our own security. Still, peace of mind and personal protection in severe trials can be ours.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Part 1

David Hulme

Understanding the meaning of Revelation’s Four Horsemen requires a reliable interpreter, yet human explanations have failed to bring clarity. Perhaps it’s time to look to the Bible itself for an accurate interpretation.

Perishable Crowns

Daniel Tompsett

Why are laurel wreath crowns so often associated with history’s conquering heroes?

The Permanence of War

Ron Dodgen

A look back over two thousand years of nearly continuous warfare suggests that violent conflict is inevitable in the human sphere.

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 15

A Study in Contrasts

David Hulme

While the concluding chapters of the book of Judges tell of the utter faithlessness into which the children of Israel had fallen, the book of Ruth relates an altogether different episode from that period in the nation’s history.

The Injustice of Online Justice

Donald Winchester

The power of the Internet translates to the power of the people, and many of those people spend a part of each day in what has become a virtual courtroom. Is an everyman mob running amok on social media?

Bridle Your Fingers

Seth Capo

If you’ve ever connected with others on the Internet, you’ve probably seen what an unfriendly place it can sometimes be. This may be a good moment to reconsider some enduring advice on how we should talk to one other.