Asking what makes humans unique brings to mind an interesting list of attributes and activities. But what really makes us different from animals?
Described as the “restorer of religion, savior of the Church, anointed sovereign, living saint,” Napoleon was perhaps one of the most arrogant false messiahs.
The potential usefulness of embryonic stem cells in molecular medicine is huge, as are the ethical issues surrounding these tiny biological entities.
William B. Hurlbut, a member of the President’s Council on Bioethics, discusses his proposed alternative to using embryonic stem cells in stem cell research.
Concluding our series on the history of the world’s dominant economic system, we look at where capitalism is taking us and ask whether there is a better way.
In searching for solutions to the malaise of grinding poverty, some innovative approaches have been applied. Do they show the way to relieve the plight of the poor?
In Bangladesh, founder of the Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yunus, has turned the banking system upside down. He tells Vision how this effects the poor of his country.
What Paul and Barnabas taught Jews and gentiles as they traveled through Cyprus and Asia Minor is the subject of considerable debate and misunderstanding.
Vision explores the potential of a flu pandemic through two authors who address different aspects of the issue.