As It Was from the Beginning

Summer 2001

As It Was From the Beginning?

Steven D. Andrews

The spirit that animated our earliest ancestors has continued unabated through the ages. And so, in humanity’s struggle to create for itself a secure and prosperous world, it is unwittingly fulfilling an ancient prophecy. 

Through an Ancient Looking Glass

Summer 2001

Through an Ancient Looking Glass

David Hulme

Modern Western society reflects a civilization that most people consider long dead. Yet the connections are clear and unmistakable.

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 6: Judging by the Fruits

Summer 2001

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 7

Judging by the Fruits

David Hulme

As He traveled the countryside performing miracles and healing the sick, Jesus Christ taught the importance of being known by your everyday deeds and actions.

Insight: Diseases of the Heart

Summer 2001

Diseases of the Heart

David Hulme

The heart is more than a muscular pump that is sometimes diseased. We also speak of it as the seat of emotional well-being. 

Nuclear Dummies

Spring 2001

Nuclear Dummies

John Meakin

Edwin Stepp

Thanks to the MAD doctrine, the Cold War left its mark on two regions of the former Soviet Union.

Chernobyl: The Fallout Continues

Spring 2001

Chernobyl: The Fallout Continues

Maurice Frohn

The world’s most infamous nuclear power plant is finally closed. But that doesn’t mean we can put the whole radioactive mess behind us.

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 6: Face to Face

Spring 2001

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 6

Face to Face

David Hulme

In concluding the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus unmasked hypocrisy, encouraged sound judgment, and revealed the substance of godly character. 

S'No Angel

Spring 2001

’S No Angel

Kae Tattersall

Edwin Stepp

There is more to the angelic realm than meets the eye.

Plagued by Doubt: Science and the Bible

Spring 2001

Plagued by Doubt

John Meakin

Scientists offer rational explanations for the biblical plagues against Egypt. 

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