Religion and Spirituality

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 1: Humble Beginnings

Winter 2000

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 1

Humble Beginnings

David Hulme

Feared by a king and sought by wise men, the young Jesus was already having an impact—just through news of His birth. 

The Other Prophecy

Winter 2000

The Other Prophecy

John Meakin

By no means is prophecy restricted to today’s popular usage—that is, predicting the future. 

Speak to Us Smooth Things

Winter 2000

“Speak to Us Smooth Things”

Brian Orchard

Have the prophets of the Bible been misjudged? Their writings have challenged those seeking to understand the relevance of the Bible to our times.

Funeral Pyre of a Straw God

Winter 2000

Funeral Pyre of a Straw God

David F. Lloyd

Several recent books address the allegation that God is dead. Does modern philosophy succeed in laying the God of the Bible to rest?

Jerusalem on Fire

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Jerusalem on Fire

A rare reproduction of a lost oil painting titled The Siege and Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans Under the Command of Titus, A.D. 70 by David Roberts.

Web Sight: Is It the End of Everything?

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Is It the End of Everything?

David Hulme

Publisher David Hulme explores what Jesus had to say about the end of the age and when it would come.

The Bible: Who Needs It?

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The Bible: Who Needs It?

Wilf Hey

Some have given their lives for it while others have tried to burn it to extinction. By any standard this is no ordinary book. 

Jesus Christ: The Myth and the Reality

Premier Issue, 1999

Jesus Christ: The Myth and the Reality

Peter Nathan

Like most historical accounts, the story of Jesus Christ comes down to us surrounded with legend and inaccuracy. What does the biblical record reveal?

Who Was Marcion?

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Who Was Marcion?

Marcion taught an irreconcilable dualism between gospel and law, between Christianity and Judaism.

A Pulpit of Preconceived Ideas

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A Pulpit of Preconceived Ideas

David Hulme

Modern scholars are reexamining the history of the early Christians and are finding that the first followers were much more Judaic than was formerly thought.

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