One hundred years ago, on April 6, 1917, the United States formally entered World War I. In this collection of articles, Vision takes a closer look at “the war to end all war” and at the human proclivity for conflict.
Is it possible to search for truth without an accepted yardstick against which to measure what people choose to believe?
Although humanity’s historical record hints at a great capacity for love, we’ve left a bloody trail that belies our best intentions. Will we ever outgrow our penchant for violence?
How should we approach the important task of raising our children? In an effort to provide some helpful parenting advice, Vision offers this special report.
The book of Revelation, or the Apocalypse, has come in for a lot of misunderstanding and misinterpretation for most of the past two thousand years. In this collection of articles, Vision examines some of these common errors, as well as the enigmatic book’s encouraging truths.
Many of the ideas we’ve absorbed from birth are based on flawed thinking or incomplete understanding. But which ones?
Worldwide, obesity rates are escalating and obesity-related diseases continue to take millions of lives. Both on an individual level and on a global level, the time to take care of soaring obesity rates is before they careen out of control.
Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, and Carl Jung were associates for a period of time in Vienna as each developed his own approach to psychotherapy. In the following collection of articles, Vision examines how these three approaches have withstood the test of time.
It’s generally acknowledged that the second-most important Christian festival has no biblical support. But have you asked yourself why it matters?
Today we take for granted that people all over the world can read the Bible in any language. But for more than 1,000 years it was unavailable to most.
As we uncover the medical potential of stem cell research there will continue to be moral and ethical conflicts within science and politics.
Vision explores the subject of forgiveness: what it is, what it isn’t, and how it plays out in our politicized world as well as in our individual lives.
A century after the introduction of artificial nitrogen fertilizers, we see some negative effects of the discovery that was so lauded by science.
How and what we feed animals affects human health and our environment. So what should we feed cattle, both for their benefit and to improve our current health?
There is not a much bigger question than “Where did the universe come from?” and the theory of origins called the “big bang” has become the dominant answer.
In this Special Report, Vision publisher David Hulme speaks to these key peace architects among others as he explores the roles of identity and ideology in the Middle East conflict.
The United Nations General Assembly first celebrated One Day in Peace on the first day of the new millennium, and a later resolution invited “all the peoples of the world to celebrate One Day in Peace, 1 January 2002, and every year thereafter.”
Without some form of interpersonal exchange relationships are not possible, but family communication is rife with potential pitfalls.
Since many children today bring no food from home, the school cafeteria is their only source for food. However, the unfortunate truth is that many of the food and beverage options provided in mainstream schools today encourage lifelong habits of unhealthy eating choices.
How many of us evaluate the nutritional content of any given food we eat? Do high obesity rates indicate that too many of us are eating mindlessly?
Vision publisher and Middle East scholar David Hulme analyzes the events leading up to the 1948 war and the official founding of the State of Israel.
Vision writers take issue with the doomsday speculations that often follow in the wake of disasters, by examining them in a more hopeful light.
Recent discoveries in neuroscience are providing exciting insights into the nature of being human.
The U.N. says the current economic crisis is “deepening hunger worldwide,” and warns that the effects of wide-scale hunger may have irreversible consequences on health, education and productivity.
On this unique planet, our decisions have global consequences for all life that cannot be indefinitely ignored.
Despite all efforts to the contrary, human exploitation shows no sign of abating. Still most vulnerable to trafficking are women and children who may find themselves abducted from their families or in some cases sold by them into slavery—not only as prostitutes but alternatively as laborers or soldiers.
Our planet shows increasing signs of succumbing to the assault we and our technologies have launched. Is humanity’s current course sustainable?
In this special report,Vision takes a close look at the scholarship behind the theory that formed the basis of Dan Brown’s fictional work The Da Vinci Code.
As the United States elects a new president, the twin ideologies of democracy and capitalism that have long dominated Western culture seem to be struggling. In recent months capitalism itself has been dealt a severe blow. Why are these pillars of society so widely admired and what is to become of them?
The importance of quality family relationships in preventing teen pregnancy is often overlooked, but research indicates it is a crucial consideration.
How did the early Church followers see Christianity and Judaism? Vision provides a collection of videos, interviews and articles that shed light on the subject.
Augustine’s influence on the Christian church and on Western society in general is well recognized by scholars and theologians. But in retrospect, his philosophies may not have shed much light.
Where did the universe come from? the “big bang” has become the dominant answer. But that frames a new question: What happened before the big bang?
Father’s Day in the United States is often attributed to the efforts of Sonora Smart Dodd of Washington, who proposed the day in 1909 to honor her own father for raising six children alone after the death of his wife.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II, Vision revisits our archive of articles relating to the British throne.
Do the Christian holidays celebrated today have their origins in the Bible? Does it matter? What does the Bible say?
David Hulme, publisher of Vision, holds a Ph.D. in International Relations with a focus on Middle East studies. He is also the public spokesman for Church of God, an International Community, and has authored several books investigating the belief and practice of the first followers of Jesus.
The establishment of Easter as a principal Christian festival is an example of the syncretization of Judeo-Christian and pagan celebrations. The Judeo-Christian Passover became fused with pagan fertility worship to create a new festival celebrating the resurrection of Christ.