In one of his most famous sermons, Paul spoke at the Areopagus and taught the people of Athens about The Unknown God.
When we consider the great empires of the past, we should learn the lessons of history.
Wouldn’t it be great to know tomorrow’s news today?
How is it that the Bible has such long-lasting and broad appeal when it was completed over 1900 years ago and written by over 40 authors over a spa
Nations all over the world have suffered from the 2009 financial crisis. Investors have lost trillions of dollars, euros, pounds and yen.
In many ways the world “dodged a bullet” when it came to SARS. As bad as it was, it could have been infinitely worse.
Everyone wants to be successful, but what is success?
Throughout history there has been a cry for freedom.
The Bible reveals not only the cause of Britain’s rise, but also its decline and eventual fall.
How did a small island nation come to be known as Great Britain and possess an empire in which the sun never set?
Since 1296, the kings and queens of England have been crowned while sitting on a throne with a stone tucked away under the seat.
What makes the Bible different from other “holy books”? Is it just another historical document, filled with human error?