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The Age of Anxiety

Winter 2013

The Age of Anxiety

David Hulme

There are answers to coping with anxiety and finding peace of mind. Trusting in God is the starting point.

December 23, 2013

The Age of Anxiety

David Hulme

How do we cope in this age of anxiety and its stressful conditions? Can we have lasting peace of mind?

 

December 14, 2012

Truth or Tradition?

David Hulme

In his recent book, the pope acknowledges that the traditional Christmas story is not accurate in many respects. Many scholars have been pointing this out for decades, but does it really matter? Why should truth trump tradition?

 

November 13, 2012

Jerusalem: At Peace or in Pieces?

David Hulme

Jerusalem remains a crucial factor in the Middle East and in world politics. The name Jerusalem means “city of peace,” but will the city ever live up to its name?

 

Insight: Charlemagne's Ghost

Fall 2012

Charlemagne’s Ghost

David Hulme

When unity is challenged in Europe, the ghost of the medieval king Charlemagne often comes on the scene.

Video: Politics as Religion

August 27, 2012

Politics As Religion

David Hulme

It’s often been said that religion and politics don’t mix. But history demonstrates that they have long been intertwined.

 

Insight: Politics as Religion

Summer 2012

Politics as Religion

David Hulme

From ancient empires to modern totalitarian and democratic governments, religious elements have been present in all the world’s political systems.

August 27, 2012

The Paul Puzzle

David Hulme

What most 21st-century Christians believe and do differs greatly from what the early New Testament Church taught and practiced.

 

No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Spring 2012

No Such Thing As a Free Lunch

David Hulme

Is anything really free? Whatever it is, it costs someone somewhere something. What does the Bible say about the subject of giving?

Insight Video: Technological Disconnect

August 27, 2012

Technological Disconnect

David Hulme

There is no question that life has speeded up in recent years. We long ago entered the information age, but can we continue to endlessly process more and more?

 

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