Defining Our Age

Summer 2000

Defining Our Age

David Hulme

The declining character of society today was foreseen long ago and recorded in a place where few think to look. What are society’s shortcomings? How can we cope?

Biography: George Washington Carver

Spring 2000

George Washington Carver

Edwin Stepp

Can the life of a humble teacher of botany who lived at a much simpler time offer insight for a world caught up in the fast-paced information age?

Biography: Niccolò Machiavelli: Fairly Misjudged

Spring 2000

Niccolò Machiavelli: Fairly Misjudged

Wilf Hey

Machiavelli’s Il Principe features at times stark, emotionless evaluations and prescribes actions that grant little or no feeling of a leader toward his subjects.

George Washington - der Mann, der nicht König sein wollte

Spring 2000

The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 2

From Water to Wine

David Hulme

Vision continues its series on the life of Jesus Christ and the lessons it contains for society today.

Interview with Uri Savir: Peace Talk

Spring 2000

Peace Talk: Uri Savir

David Hulme

Vision interviews two key players in the Middle East peace talks. 

Interview with Abu Ala: Peace Talk

Spring 2000

Peace Talk: Abu Ala

David Hulme

Vision interviews two key players in the Middle East peace talks. 

Insight: Seeking Answers

Spring 2000

Seeking Answers

David Hulme

Solving humanity’s most pressing problems requires seeking moral and spiritual answers. 

Emerging from the Mire

Spring 2000

Emerging From the Mire

David F. Lloyd

A number of notable books addressing pollution and the prognosis for our planet were published last year. Vision looks at three of them.

A New Moderation in the Middle East?

Spring 2000

A New Moderation in the Middle East?

David Hulme

There is a new optimism that the Palestinian Israeli conflict can be resolved. But can peace emerge from the thorny issues surrounding this age old conflict?

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