How much time would you need to decide whether God’s dealings with humanity have been fair or not? Would 1000 years be enough?
Is life on our planet doomed? Will history come to an end? Science suggests it could well happen.
Looking forward to Jesus’ coming changes not only our view of the future, but the way we live today.
Theories and speculation abound about Jesus’ return to this earth, but what does the Bible say?
If your vision of the afterlife is limited to fluffy clouds, harps and endless boredom, Melissa Howell will stretch your imagination with some hints from the Bible.
This world is a dangerous place and full of fear. That, says Loren Seibold, makes Jesus’ promise to return someday a message of hope and security.
Before Jesus left the earth He said He would return. But after nearly 2000 years, how can Christians believe that promise?
Competing in an ironman event requires a mix of training, determination, endurance . . . and a little bit of crazy. Perhaps the same can be said of the Christian faith.
The second coming of Christ, and the events that will follow, sounds like the plot of one epic post-apocalyptic movie.
Do you do what you do because of the potential reward, or because it's the right thing to do?
The Bible says we will be transformed when Jesus comes. Does this extend to our memories and recognition of our friends and loved ones?
Modern critics claim that Jesus’ death has no more meaning than anyone else’s death. Clifford Goldstein responds to that challenge.