New Testament writers, as well as Jesus Himself, often alluded to and quoted from the Hebrew Scriptures. This series explores that section of the Bible, also known as the Old Testament or “The Law, the Prophets and the Writings.”
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.
Vision considers four areas of worldwide concern—issues that, unless addressed and resolved, will contribute to humanity’s ultimate demise. What will it take to solve the most pressing problems faced by modern societies?
The Apostles focuses on leading New Testament personalities—real people who practiced their belief in the difficult world of the Roman Empire while setting an example for 21st-century readers who want to emulate their faith.
In this series, Vision examines the life and times of Jesus Christ by weaving the four Gospel accounts into a single compelling story—a story that will at times surprise you and probably change your perceptions of original Christianity.
Ideas can be powerful. If they are good, we all benefit; but bad ideas can have disastrous effects. In this series Vision looks at six prominent ideas of our time—concepts that animate our thinking and the language we all use. Yet each one is fundamentally flawed.