The Devil by Amelia Wilson is a concise look at the evolution of the devil over 2.5 millennia through art.
Christianity is a world religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus, his Apostles, and the early Apostolic Fathers writing in the 1st-2nd centuries CE. Christians believe Jesus – who was both fully divine and fully human – was the Messiah who sacrificed himself on the cross to save humanity. He later rose from the dead and ascended into heaven. Read articles about Christianity below.
Why does an all-powerful, all-knowing God allow bad things to happen to good people? It’s a key problem philosophers and theologians have struggled with for millennia.
An article on the characteristics we tend to associate with God.
Religion is one of those vague, umbrella terms that is incredibly difficult to define because it encompasses so many traditions of varying beliefs.
A framework for looking at religion from a philosophical perspective.
When we look back over the course of history, there are many groups that claim to have held the correct view of Christianity.
We know by piecing all the manuscripts and archaeological finds from the last 3000-5000 years together into a big picture. Here’s what’s involved.
Should we use apocryphal books like the Book of Enoch as reference when we look at biblical history?
Legends have talked about the Holy Grail, the cup Jesus and disciples drank from at the Last Supper and alleges to give eternal life, since the Middle Ages.
Satan is the title of the devil, the chief adversary of Jesus and mankind in Christian traditions.
Mephistophiles is the name of the devil in the Faust myths of the late Middle Ages through the Renaissance.
Mastema is another name for Satan in the Book of Jubilees and other non-biblical texts.