Society and Culture

The End Was Nigh

Winter 2001

The End Was Nigh

John Meakin

The year 2000 has rolled over to 2001, and concerns about an impending end of the world seem to have evaporated. Is it the “end of the end”? 

Winter 2001

Up, Up and Away?

Robert C. Boraker

At Vision, we believe a careful study shows that the concept of the rapture as popularly believed is not found in the Bible.

City of Peace in Pieces?

Winter 2001

City of Peace in Pieces?

David Hulme

Both Palestinians and Israelis claim a right to the eternal city, but what makes the issue so contentious?

Fall 2000

Genetic Engineering in Humans

David Hulme

Twenty years from now people will be able to go to a medical clinic to be screened for their entire genetic makeup. How will that impact the children of the future?

The Ultimate Commodity

Fall 2000

The Ultimate Commodity

David Hulme

Vision publisher David Hulme interviews Jeremy Rifkin about the sweeping changes of the Information Age and the tough choices those changes demand of us.

Anatomy of a Sexual Revolution

Summer 2000

The Anatomy of a Sexual Revolution

John C. Anderson

The Kinsey Reports, now known to be flawed, revolutionized America’s attitude toward sex and sexuality, with far-reaching moral implications.

Defining Our Age

Summer 2000

Defining Our Age

David Hulme

The declining character of society today was foreseen long ago and recorded in a place where few think to look. What are society’s shortcomings? How can we cope?

Biography: George Washington Carver

Spring 2000

George Washington Carver

Edwin Stepp

Can the life of a humble teacher of botany who lived at a much simpler time offer insight for a world caught up in the fast-paced information age?

Interview with Uri Savir: Peace Talk

Spring 2000

Peace Talk: Uri Savir

David Hulme

Vision interviews two key players in the Middle East peace talks. 

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