Winter 2006

Insight: Opening Up the Lines

Opening Up the Lines

David Hulme

The world is drowning in information. Is it still possible to have effective and meaningful communication? We invite Vision readers to help us accomplish this goal.

Final Solutions, Part 2

Final Solutions, Part 2

David Hulme

Vision Publisher David Hulme, together with three historians and a filmmaker, continue their roundtable talk on Hitler, the Holocaust and human nature. 

A Legacy of Luck

A Legacy of Luck

Robyn Page

Many people view gambling, the legalized form in particular, as little more than harmless personal entertainment. Not everyone agrees, of course.

Preparing for the Next Pandemic

Preparing for the Next Pandemic

Rebecca Sweat

Experts predict that the avian flu virus will likely mutate and cause a human pandemic. How might that happen, and what can we do?

Concrete Evidence?

Concrete Evidence?

Peter Nathan

A startling archaeological find in Israel last summer is fueling debate about the historicity of the Bible.

Adam Smith: Capitalism's Founding Father

Adam Smith: Capitalism’s Founding Father

William Welch

Best known for “An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations,” Adam Smith is credited with establishing the discipline of political economics.

Book Review: Decision Time

Decision Time

Dan Cloer

Is modern civilization following a potentially short flight path? Three recent books have sought to provide insight into the answer.

Apostles, Part 2: Beyond Jerusalem
The Apostles, Part 2

Beyond Jerusalem

David Hulme

Amid growing persecution, early followers of Christ fled to neighboring regions, spreading a message of hope and a way of life.