This issue of Vision contains our first anthology. As we entered our fifth year of publication, we reviewed all past issues and realized that a number of articles are timely and timeless and could be grouped together for greater meaning.
The story of humanity is in large part the story of animosity and violence. What is it about people that leads them to treat one another as adversaries?
In this interview with Jonathan Glover, which first appeared in the Summer 2001 issue, the British ethics professor addresses the human proclivity for cruelty.
The “problem of evil” has frustrated philosophers for millennia. How do you reconcile the presence of evil with the existence of a loving God?
Marriage is as old as humanity itself. But how relevant is it today?
More and more couples are willing to endure the pain of ending a marriage, a fact that is reshaping society itself, according to experts.
Children are shaped by many outside influences. Where should parents begin in reclaiming their role as authority figures and moral guides for their children?
Vision contributor Thomas Fitzpatrick interviews author Christina Hoff Sommers about the upbringing of boys.
A look back at Christianity’s departure from its Hebrew roots.
Easter: How can it be that the book the Christian world calls holy is silent on one of traditional Christianity’s most important celebrations?
Where was Jesus buried and does it really matter?
Vision speaks with Malise Ruthven, a noted authority on Islam, about the events of September 11, 2001.
Vision publisher David Hulme interviews Shimon Peres, former prime minister of Israel, member of the Knesset and founder of the Peres Center for Peace.
David Hulme spoke with military historian Sir John Keegan soon after 9/11. Vision revisits their discussion on the changing face of war.