From the Publisher

November 13, 2016

God: A Trinity?

David Hulme

The Trinity dogma is described as “the central doctrine of the Christian religion” yet “enveloped . . . by a kind of darkness.” How can that be?


Fall 2016

Mussolini’s Message

David Hulme

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.

September 19, 2016

What Makes Us Human?

David Hulme

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.


Summer 2016

Is Good Government Possible?

David Hulme

In the face of human nature, ideal government has proven to be little more than an elusive ideal. Still, there’s one option we haven’t yet tried.


Spring 2016

Evidence of Jesus

David Hulme

Is there credible evidence that Jesus Christ was a real person? Skeptics notwithstanding, the answer is yes.


June 8, 2016

7 Myths of Revelation

David Hulme

Misconceptions about the book of Revelation abound. In this episode we examine seven such myths and show where they go astray from a biblical point of view.

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.

What does the Bible say about weapons and warfare?

Fall 2015

A Cross of Iron

David Hulme

As the world arms itself with more and more nuclear and conventional weapons, we find ourselves in a continuing pattern of warfare. And that’s just as Jesus said it would be.

The Four Horseman Video

January 28, 2016

The Four Horsemen

David Hulme

Is there a way to make sense of today’s chaotic world conditions? Thankfully, there’s an ancient document that provides the much-needed context.

The Pale Horse

November 19, 2015

The Pale Horse

David Hulme

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have challenged the imagination of generations since the end of the first century. But are they relevant in the 21st century?