Big Questions, Straight Answers
Throughout history people have asked why, if God is both good and all-powerful, He doesn’t intercede to prevent pain and suffering in the world. Why does He allow war, genocide and other atrocities? Why does He allow innocent people, especially children, to suffer at times? This collection of essays tries to show that answers to these and other of life's most vexing questions are possible.
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Foundations is for those Vision readers who want to know more of the biblical background to the articles and videos offered on this site and in the quarterly print edition.Learn more
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Family MattersBuilding Strong Family Relationships
First FollowersJesus' Teachings, Then and Now
Causes of ConflictThoughts on Religion, Identity and the Middle East
The Gospels for the 21st Century Gospels for the 21st Century is the result of taking the New Testament at its word, reading it carefully for what it actually says. It weaves the four Gospel accounts into a single, compelling story--the story of Jesus Christ.
The ApostlesThe story of the first followers of Jesus Christ has been told and retold countless times. Surely all that can be said has been said.
Six Dominant Ideas Vision takes a look at six dominant ideas of our time which came from men who popularized their own musings until they became the concepts that animate our thinking and the language we all use.
Identity, Ideology, and the Future of JerusalemFor more than a hundred years, the tiny strip of land between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River has been the subject of intense debate and bitter conflict, with one of the main focal points of the ongoing struggle being a single ancient city. Exploring the lives of 14 key Palestinian and Jewish leaders, this fascinating study examines the roles of identity and ideology in the search for a resolution to the final-status issue of Jerusalem. The book will prove an important resource for scholars and students interested in the Arab-Israeli conflict, peace studies, and political psychology.
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