Philosophy and Ideas

Spring 2002

Early Christianity and Communism

David Hulme

Ironically, it’s often claimed that the early Christians were the first communists. Where does this idea originate?

Six Dominant Ideas, Part 2: A Dark Fellow From Trier

Spring 2002

Six Dominant Ideas, Part 2

A Dark Fellow From Trier

David Hulme

Karl Marx may have influenced modern history more than any other intellectual, but what influenced his theories? 

The Bible and Class Struggle

Spring 2002

The Bible and Class Struggle

David Hulme

Does the Bible say anything about class struggle as the definer of human life? No, it does not. But there are certainly Christian methods of dealing with it.

A Theory of Everything?

Spring 2002

A Theory of Everything

David F. Lloyd

How is it that a theory from biology has become so all-encompassing that it now directly informs most aspects of society and culture?

Six Dominant Ideas, Part I: Origin of a Specious Theory

Winter 2002

Six Dominant Ideas, Part 1

Origin of a Specious Theory

David Hulme

In the first article in a series examining the foundations of modern Western thought, Vision looks at a theory that removed God from His role as Creator. 

Fall 2001

Mentors of Modern Men

David Hulme

The influence of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson on foreign policy.

Influential Ideas

Fall 2000

Influential Ideas

Brian Orchard

What are some of the ideas that influenced Martin Luther’s theological development?

Nazi troops superimposed over a painting of flowers

Winter 2000

Hot Evil and Cold Evil

David Hulme

Publisher David Hulme explores the concept of hot evil and cold evil.

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