Is That a Fact?

Winter 2005

Is That a Fact?

Before the prologue of The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown informs readers that they should regard certain details of his novel as factual.

The Bible and the British Throne

Winter 2004

The Bible and the British Throne

David F. Lloyd

Is the unusual relationship between the British monarchy and the Bible, which has spanned nearly 500 years, still relevant?

A Wright Mind

Fall 2003

A Wright Mind

Dan Cloer

The Wright brothers harnessed the laws of aerodynamics in the first sustained powered flight. Their story illustrates a more compelling challenge.

Biography: Dame Kathleen Kenyon

Fall 2003

Kathleen Kenyon: Larger Than Life

Michael McKinney

One of the great women archaeologists of the 20th century, Kathleen Kenyon will be greatly remembered for her substantial contributions to the field.

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?

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