Religion and Spirituality
Must a person be converted to Christianity in this life or suffer eternal punishment in the next? Not according to the Bible.
As David takes Saul’s place on the throne of Israel, he shows himself to be a man of great strength but also of serious weaknesses.
King David’s character was multifaceted. How is it that for all his weaknesses, God could still call him “a man after his own heart”?
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.
David, having been named as Israel’s next king, finds himself the target of the doomed monarch, Saul.
For centuries Christians have celebrated Christ’s resurrection on Sunday. But does the Bible really describe an Easter Sunday resurrection?
Late in the first century, the apostle John saw a vision of four horsemen, each riding a different-colored horse. In this two-part series, Vision looks to the Bible itself to interpret that much-discussed passage.
The period of the judges comes to an end when the ancient nation of Israel demands a king—for better or for worse.
Understanding the meaning of Revelation’s Four Horsemen requires a reliable interpreter. In Part 2, we continue our look at how the Bible itself explains the apostle John’s enigmatic vision.
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.