In this issue of Vision we review some of the developing environmental and social threats and show the hope that lies beyond today’s bad news.
Vision speaks with Malise Ruthven, a noted authority on Islam, about the events of September 11, 2001.
How soon the world oil supply will run out is debatable. But underlying that question is another, more serious issue.
Despite mountains of evidence about the harmful effects of cigarette smoking, the death toll continues to rise.
Do children need endless structured activities in order to be fulfilled and to ensure a competitive edge as they grow up?
Blindness comes in different forms. It can be physical or spiritual. Jesus demonstrates the loving nature of His leadership as He heals a blind man, commissions 70 more to help Him proclaim the gospel, and teaches His disciples to pray.
It’s more popular than ever and it may seem harmless enough but is there another side to the celebration of Halloween?
If war starts in the minds of men, can the same be said for peace? Book review of The Invention of Peace by Michael Howard.
One of the intellectual giants of the 20th century, Bertrand Russell earned the acclaim of a Nobel Prize and the reprimand of two prison sentences.
As the central figure in Islam, Muhammad was, according to biographer Maxime Rodinson, “one of the rare men who have turned the world upside down.”