History

Fall 2018

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 25

The God of All Comfort

David Hulme

Where the first half of Isaiah’s prophetic book focuses mainly on warning Judah and surrounding nations, the second half is primarily about restoration and peace.

Summer 2018

Mexico: A City on a Lake

Ramesh Patel

Dan Cloer

A brief look at Mexico City’s history helps explain the modern city’s water troubles.

Isaiah, oil painting on oak panel by Jean-Louis Ernest Meissonier

Summer 2018

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 24

The Vision of Isaiah

David Hulme

Isaiah is the first of the Bible’s “major prophets.” Like the others, he delivered a message of not only judgment but also restoration.

May 9, 2018

Return of the Dictators?

David Hulme

The 20th-century Age of the Dictators is over, but that doesn’t mean it can’t come back in a different form.

Winter 2018

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 23

The Fall of Judah

David Hulme

When the kingdom of Judah fails to heed the final, dire warnings of the prophets, their fate is sealed.

Winter 2018

Hope Without Change

Donald Winchester

Politicians often promise change, yet they seldom deliver. Still, we keep hoping that next time will be different. It’s a vain hope, and here’s why.

January 5, 2018

Jerusalem: What’s the Deal?

David Hulme

Why has no nation, until now, been willing to declare Jerusalem the capital of the modern state of Israel? A brief look at history provides the answer.

Special Report: The Jerusalem Question
Special Reports

The Jerusalem Question

With Jerusalem so often in the headlines, Vision presents a special report on the city’s place in the wider Arab-Israeli impasse. Why has this piece of real estate been contested for so long?

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