Summer 2008

Insight: What We Watch

What We Watch

David Hulme

Many people believe that we can watch anything and everything to no ill effect. But is this true?

Triumph and Tragedy in the Middle East

Triumph and Tragedy in the Middle East

David Hulme

When Ben-Gurion proclaimed the State of Israel on May 14, 1948, he likely did not envisage how long the conflict with the Arab world would persist.

David Ben-Gurion: For the Love of Zion

David Ben-Gurion: For the Love of Zion

David Hulme

Zionist ideology formed the core of David Ben-Gurion’s identity. From his youth, the importance of settlement in the land was central to his views.

Russia's Identity Crisis

Russia’s Identity Crisis

Donald Winchester

Russia’s struggle for national identity sheds light on our own need to know who we are and what’s expected of us.

The Apostles, Part 11: Journey's End
The Apostles, Part 11

Journeys’ End

David Hulme

As the apostle Paul’s life draws to a close, he continues to demonstrate his sincere concern for those under his care and for those who will carry on his ministry.

Was Peter Ever in Rome?

Was Peter Ever in Rome?

Peter Nathan

Vision examines the evidence for the teaching that the apostle Peter spent time in the capital of the Roman Empire and founded the church there.