City of Peace in Pieces?

Winter 2001

City of Peace in Pieces?

David Hulme

Both Palestinians and Israelis claim a right to the eternal city, but what makes the issue so contentious?

Insight: The Unique Mind

Winter 2001

The Unique Mind

David Hulme

The human mind is not just the result of physicochemical reactions within the brain. There is a spirit in men and women that renders them human and unique. 

Disease Control: A Biblical Perspective

Winter 2001

Disease Control: A Biblical Perspective

Brian Orchard

Paul Roberts

Today’s emphasis in disease control is often less on knowing and applying sound principles of health than on obtaining a quick fix.

The Warrior Pope

Fall 2000

The Warrior Pope

Peter Nathan

Thanks to John Paul II, the papacy is once again a force to reckon with.

The Mending of a Nation

Fall 2000

The Mending of a Nation

Winfried Fritz

A look back at the fall of the Berlin Wall and Germany’s subsequent reunification in October 1990 offers some fascinating insights into the making of history.

Genes, Genome and Genesis

Fall 2000

Genes, Genome and Genesis

David F. Lloyd

Surprisingly, what geneticists are seeking to discover by probing the mysteries of life was revealed long ago.

Biography: Martin Luther, the Fearful Philosopher

Fall 2000

Martin Luther: The Fearful Philosopher

Edwin Stepp

Martin Luther had a profound impact on traditional Christianity. Though he sought only to reform his church, he wound up rejecting it and establishing a new one.

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