From the Publisher

August 27, 2012

Easter: An Empty Shell?

David Hulme

Most professing Christians celebrate Easter as one of the two holiest days of the year. Yet neither the apostles nor the early Church observed it. How can that be?

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?

Insight: Our Polluted Planet

Winter 2012

Our Polluted Planet

David Hulme

The whole planet is being assaulted by human beings and human activity. What’s the key to our survival?

Insight: Technological Disconnect

Fall 2011

Technological Disconnect

David Hulme

Life has sped up of late. Many of us are connected all the time, constantly attentive, always replying, never quiet. But is this helpful?

Book Chapters by David Hulme

November 7, 2011

Book Chapters by David Hulme

David Hulme

In addition to authoring a number of books, David Hulme has contributed essays to two volumes edited by Charles Pasternak, biochemist and founding director of the Oxford International Biomedical Centre.

Insight: The Not So Great Helmsman

Summer 2011

The (Not So) Great Helmsman

David Hulme

Mao’s Great Famine (2010) by historian Frank Dikötter chronicles the ghastly four-year period that resulted in the peacetime death of millions.

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