History

In His Own Words: Hiroshima Survivor

Summer 2005

In His Own Words

Donald R. Hornsby

Yoshitaka Kawamoto was at school with his fellow students on August 6, 1945 when the first A-bomb was unleashed on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

Hiroshima

Summer 2005

Hiroshima

Donald R. Hornsby

The dropping of an atomic bomb on August 6, 1945, forced the world to the threshold of a new era. But how much has really changed?

Lest We Forget

Summer 2005

Lest We Forget

John Meakin

Donna Butler

As the world recalls the end of World War II, Vision examines Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, the unprecedented cruelty he unleashed, and the lessons to be remembered. 

Messiahs! Rulers and the Role of Religion, Part 2: The Coming of the Christian Emperor

Summer 2005

Messiahs! Rulers and the Role of Religion, Part 2

The Coming of the “Christian” Emperor

David Hulme

Some notions of rule and their relation to religion have surprisingly deep roots. David Hulme explores government systems based on emperor worship.  

Fact, Fiction and the Da Vinci Code

February 2, 2005

Fact, Fiction and The Da Vinci Code

Peter Nathan

The latest title to address The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown is an offering from Bart D. Ehrman. It stands out among the ever-growing number of counter-Code treatises.

Is That a Fact?

Winter 2005

Is That a Fact?

Before the prologue of The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown informs readers that they should regard certain details of his novel as factual.

The Bible and the British Throne

Winter 2004

The Bible and the British Throne

David F. Lloyd

Is the unusual relationship between the British monarchy and the Bible, which has spanned nearly 500 years, still relevant?

A Wright Mind

Fall 2003

A Wright Mind

Dan Cloer

The Wright brothers harnessed the laws of aerodynamics in the first sustained powered flight. Their story illustrates a more compelling challenge.

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