From the Publisher

February 25, 2014

Inside the Middle East

David Hulme

Events in the Middle East continue to feature in world news as they have for more than a century. Is it possible for the peoples of this region to be reconciled? Can cooperation and lasting peace be achieved? 

 

November 22, 2013

Getting Off the Grid

David Hulme

When was the last time you exited the stress and anxiety grid in order to reflect on your life and its purpose? When did you last take time to truly rest?

 

Ancient Cities, Lasting Truths

Winter 2014

Ancient Cities, Lasting Truths

David Hulme

Biblically, the setting and lessons of the seven church congregations to which John wrote deliver a powerful reminder that values are worth holding on to, and that compromise never brings lasting reward.

November 1, 2013

Ancient Cities, Lasting Truths

David Hulme

Visiting the ruins of ancient cities such as Ephesus, Pergamos and Laodicea can be an interesting exercise from a historical and cultural viewpoint, but it also illuminates the setting and lessons of a message in the book of Revelation.

 

September 3, 2013

The Porn Plague

David Hulme

A few years ago an article in The Atlantic carried the headline, “Is Pornography Adultery?” As the subhead noted, it may be closer than you think.

August 28, 2013

The Chinese Century?

David Hulme

Insight Video: On the list of top economic powers, China moved into second position in 2010. Will the 21st century be Chinese? What might this mean for the rest of the world?

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.

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