Holes in History

Fall 2003

Holes in History

Jerry de Gier

Peter Nathan

A new war is on in the Middle East and at the center of the fray is the Bible’s credibility as an accurate history of the region.

The Original View of Original Sin

Summer 2003

The Original View of Original Sin

Peter Nathan

Augustine’s writings on original sin are often seen as a reaction to his own perceived youthful sexual excesses. In reality, his views are rooted in philosophy.

Interview with David Daniell: Tyndale's Crucible

Summer 2003

Tyndale’s Crucible

Robyn Page

Vision contributor Robyn Page interviews author David Daniell about William Tyndale and the often overlooked importance of the 16th-century translator’s work. 

Fall 2002

Halloween: Treat or Trick?

Bill Butler

It’s more popular than ever and it may seem harmless enough but is there another side to the celebration of Halloween?

Book Review: Mind the Peace

Fall 2002

Mind the Peace

William Welch

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.

God Save the Queen

Spring 2002

God Save the Queen

Donna Butler

Peter Nathan

Monarchy is the oldest institution of government in the UK. Could the real significance and durability of Britain’s monarchy be rooted in a more ancient history?

Titanic Arrogance

Spring 2002

Titanic Arrogance

John Meakin

Historical human tragedies such as the sinking of the Titanic teach valuable lessons about the tendency to feel we are invulnerable.

Biography: Anne Frank

Spring 2002

Anne Frank: A Young Girl With a Vision

Gina Stepp

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl is second only to the Bible in nonfiction sales. Her dedication to her life goal actually resulted in its realization.

Splitting Heirs

Winter 2002

Splitting Heirs

Peter Nathan

Will an ancient religious rift between Eastern and Western Europe be healed?

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