Religion and Spirituality

The Real Story of Noah

Spring 2014

The Real Story of Noah

T. Brandon Sexton

It is the basis for yet another blockbuster movie drawn from the Bible, but is the account of Noah and the Ark good for more than epic Hollywood entertainment? Who was the biblical Noah, and what can we learn from his example?

Noah's Ark: Fact or Fiction?

March 3, 2014

Noah’s Ark: Fact or Fiction?

Michael Jack Elliott

Most religions and cultures have a version of a worldwide flood account in their history. Is the story of Noah’s ark fact or fiction?

Spring 2014

The Hapless Gods of Egypt

David Hulme

By considering which of the known Egyptian gods can be related to each of the plagues, we can begin to understand how God’s judgment was accomplished.

Spring 2014

The Faith of Moses

The Bible explains what was accomplished by faith in Hebrews 11:23–29.

Series: Law, Prophets and Writings, Part 8

Spring 2014

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 8

A Nation in Bondage

David Hulme

As the book of Exodus begins, Joseph and his generation are long dead, a new pharaoh sits on the throne of Egypt, and the outlook is bleak for the descendants of Jacob, or Israel.

November 22, 2013

Getting Off the Grid

David Hulme

When was the last time you exited the stress and anxiety grid in order to reflect on your life and its purpose? When did you last take time to truly rest?

Meditation: The Search for Inner Peace

Winter 2014

Meditation: The Search for Inner Peace

Martin Coates

What does the word meditation mean to you? Sitting in the lotus position and chanting? Shutting out the world to seek enlightenment from within? Emptying the mind for a while to find peace? Here’s a completely different approach—one that can be of tremendous value to every one of us.

Looking for a change?

Time for Change?

Do you wonder whether you are being drawn to a different way of life as a result of what you read in Vision?

Luther, Calvin and the Book of Revelation

Winter 2014

Future Imperfect

David Hulme

Martin Luther, John Calvin and J.B. Phillips were not the only ones to struggle with the book of Revelation.

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