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Inisght: The Chinese Century

Fall 2013

The Chinese Century?

David Hulme

Will the 21st century be Chinese? And if it is, what does that mean for China and for the rest of the world?

August 6, 2013

The Sermon on the Mount

David Hulme

William Safire said the Sermon on the Mount is “the single most important discourse on Christian law and living.” But is the Bible a credible source for moral instruction?

 

June 26, 2013

Global Problems, Global Solutions, Part 4

David Hulme

Across the Middle East the uprisings of the Arab Spring gave way to disillusion in many places. Why is good government so hard to achieve?

 

Insight: Religion, North Korean Style

Summer 2013

Religion, North Korean Style

David Hulme

It’s often noted that leaders make use of religion to advance political agendas. Today, North Korea’s Kim Il-sung’s ruler cult is flourishing.

March 29, 2013

Global Problems, Global Solutions, Part 2

David Hulme

Without adequate water supplies, food cannot be produced. Population growth and increasing prosperity are exerting demands on resources that cannot be withstood.

 

April 25, 2013

Religion, North Korea Style

David Hulme

For more than six decades North Koreans have succumbed to the worship of their deified dictators. What happens when religion and politics become fatally mixed?

 

Insight: The New Dark Age

Spring 2013

The New Dark Age?

David Hulme

The influence of the Bible on Western culture is well known though increasingly avoided.

Big Questions, Straight Answers

March 1, 2013

Big Questions, Straight Answers

David Hulme

Throughout history people have asked why, if God is both good and all-powerful, He doesn’t intercede to prevent pain and suffering in the world. Big Questions, Straight Answers addresses the questions of uncertainty, fear, hardship and suffering which are all realities of the human condition. We think you will be encouraged by the answers.

January 30, 2013

The Bible: Treasure or Trash?

David Hulme

How well do we really know the Bible? Have skepticism and modern scientific thinking stripped it of value?

 

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