Spring 2017

The Seventh Day of the Six-Day War

David Hulme

Fifty years after one of the shortest wars in history, the world feels its far-reaching effects more than ever.

Spring 2017

Henry David Thoreau: Ahead of His Time?

Ashley Newman

A passionate proponent of living simply and in harmony with nature, Thoreau is remembered today as a pillar of the modern conservation movement.

Spring 2017

. . . Or Do Without

Alice Abler

Rebuilding the world economy on a more sustainable model is a daunting task. It has to start with you and me—and at that level, it isn’t so hard after all.

 

May 17, 2017

Global Threats, Part 2: Losing Ground

David Hulme

Many scientists are warning that the human footprint is one of indiscriminate destruction and possibly irretrievable loss. Are our days numbered?

Spring 2017

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 20

Israel in Pieces

David Hulme

Solomon’s kingdom has been divided, but the period of the early monarchs who succeed him is still largely defined by treachery, disloyalty and increasing idolatry.

 

Spring 2017

What Happens When You Die?

David Hulme

Everyone has had questions about life after death, yet what people think the Bible says about it is probably incorrect.

 

Post Truth

February 27, 2017

Post-Truth

David Hulme

We’ve entered the age of post-truth—where objective facts carry less weight than emotions and opinions. Is truth obsolete?

 

Winter 2017

The Death of the Frog

Donald Winchester

Around the world, whole species of amphibians are dying. And it all may have started with a human pregnancy test.

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