Religion and Spirituality

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.

Apocalypse Now, Later or Never

Winter 2014

Apocalypse Now, Later or Never?

David Hulme

The book of Revelation is an enigma to most who read it. Even in scholarly circles, ideas about its meaning and significance abound. Does such a puzzling book have any real value?

Constantine: Changing Times

Winter 2014

Changing Times

David Hulme

If Constantine had considered that according to Jesus, the Sabbath was made for man, traditional Christianity might have been on a very different path.

Getting Off the Grid

Winter 2014

Getting Off the Grid

David Hulme

Stress and anxiety seem to be a part of daily life in the 21st century. An endless array of products and services promise temporary relief, but there is a better solution.

Good Riddance to Sin

Fall 2013

Good Riddance to Sin

Thomas E. Fitzpatrick

Is anything or anyone wrong anymore? Today it seems that much human wrongdoing is reduced to the accepted fact that everyone makes mistakes.

How the Tanakh Arranges the Prophets

Fall 2013

The Prophets

David Hulme

How the Tanakh arranges the Prophets.

Does Bible Prophecy Have a Future?

Fall 2013

Does Prophecy Have a Future?

David Hulme

Various notable predictions make headlines around the world from time to time, yet each turns out to be a nonevent. Is there such a thing as certain prophecy?

August 6, 2013

The Sermon on the Mount

David Hulme

William Safire said the Sermon on the Mount is “the single most important discourse on Christian law and living.” But is the Bible a credible source for moral instruction?

Interview with Craig Evans: Is the Bible Reliable?

Summer 2013

Is the Bible Reliable?

David Hulme

Craig A. Evans of Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia, Canada, talks to Vision about biblical illiteracy. Can the Bible be trusted as a source of knowledge?

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