Society and Culture

The Quest for Liberty

Fall 2011

The Quest for Liberty

Steven D. Andrews

Where will people find a leader who can finally release them from injustice and from the never-ending cycle of failed government, revolution and war?

Fall 2011

Global Problems, Global Solutions, Part 4

In Search of Ideal Government

David Hulme

No system of government has yet proven to be the answer to humanity’s problems. Is there such a thing as perfect government?

9/11 Timeline

Summer 2011.

9/11 Timeline

A timeline of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

The Making of a Terrorist

Summer 2011

The Making of a Terrorist

Gina Stepp

Psychologists and policymakers alike are trying to understand what makes a terrorist. How does one stop the assembly line?

9/11: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Summer 2011

9/11: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Thomas E. Fitzpatrick

Even before September 11, 2001, terrorism was a fact of life for much of the world. Must we accept that it will always be that way?

Global Problems, Global Solutions: Let Justice Be Done

Summer 2011

Global Problems, Global Solutions, Part 3

Let Justice Be Done

David Hulme

Current events indicate that ours is a world filled with injustices of every kind. Do we have the resources within us to right all the wrongs we see?

Justice and Righteousness

Summer 2011

Justice and Righteousness

David Hulme

Two aspects of God’s character are linked in several Bible passages, and one is the outcome of the other.

Human Rights

Summer 2011

Human Rights

David Hulme

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has become part of the fabric of the modern world and has been integrated into several constitutions.

Interview with Sir John Keegan: The New War

Summer 2011

The New War?

David Hulme

David Hulme spoke with military historian Sir John Keegan soon after 9/11. Vision revisits their discussion on the changing face of war.

Taming the Monster Inside Us

Summer 2011

Taming the Monster Inside Us

David Hulme

In this interview with Jonathan Glover, which first appeared in the Summer 2001 issue, the British ethics professor addresses the human proclivity for cruelty. 

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