The Third Secret

Fall 2000

The Third Secret

John Meakin

Rebecca Sweat

Pope John Paul II was convinced that divine intervention, through the Lady of Fatima, saved his life. 

A Vision of the Future

Fall 2000

A Vision of the Future

Brian Orchard

Is the rise and fall of nations simply a matter of fate? Or is there a God who orchestrates the affairs of mankind?

The Story of Nations

Fall 2000

The Story of Nations

Winfried Fritz

Much of Scripture is devoted to telling the story of the nations. That story is often told in advance as in Genesis 49 and Daniel 2.

2000: A Space Odyssey?

Fall 2000

2000: A Space Odyssey?

Peter Roberts

Will the International Space Station play a role in the human conquest of space? Or is there another route to the ends of the universe?

Insight: What Kind of World Do We Want?

Fall 2000

What Kind of World Do We Want?

David Hulme

What kind of world do we want? It’s a question that’s increasingly overshadowed by individuals feeling powerless in the face of massive societal change.

Book Review: Martin Luther, Prophet of God?

Fall 2000

Martin Luther: Prophet of God?

Brian Orchard

Vision reviews two books focusing on Martin Luther: The Christian Between God and Death by Marius, and Martin Luther’s Theology by Lohse.

Right and Wrong

Fall 2000

Right and Wrong

David Hulme

Does humanity have the right to define or even discard moral standards according to personal preference?

Anatomy of a Sexual Revolution

Summer 2000

The Anatomy of a Sexual Revolution

John C. Anderson

The Kinsey Reports, now known to be flawed, revolutionized America’s attitude toward sex and sexuality, with far-reaching moral implications.

Biography: Dolly: Send in the Clones

Summer 2000

Dolly: Send in the Clones

Rebecca Sweat

After hundreds of attempts, scientists in Edinburgh, Scotland, were able to clone the first sheep.  

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