Special Report Vision: 2017’s Top 10 As we complete our 19th year of publishing Vision, here’s a look back at our most popular articles from 2017. Spring 2017 What Happens When You Die? David Hulme Everyone has had questions about life after death, yet what people think the Bible says about it is probably incorrect. Winter 2017 Will We Survive This Century? David Hulme Two authors not only explore the monumental problems facing the world today but also propose a way forward. Are their solutions workable? Yes and no. Summer 2017 Get Over Yourself Gina Stepp We’re all egocentric by nature. In the interest of healthy relationships, here’s how to overcome this destructive human tendency. Winter 2017 Moral Principles Are the Truly Big Ideas David Hulme We all admire those who live by high moral principles, yet we find excuses for not following suit. Why? Winter 2017 The Death of the Frog Donald Winchester Around the world, whole species of amphibians are dying. And it all may have started with a human pregnancy test. Winter 2017 Failing to Succeed Martin Coates How you read the title of this article may say something about your view of failure—and about the likelihood of your eventual success. Fall 2017 How to Undo Aging Dan Cloer Neurobiologist Michael Fossel explains how people’s healthy life spans can be extended and how he believes Alzheimer’s will soon be cured. Summer 2017 Bursting the Post-Truth Bubbles Daniel Tompsett We live at the dawn of a new “Enlightenment.” Only this one has little to do with reason and rationalism. Summer 2017 Child’s Play H. David Trujillo Jr. What kind of future can we look forward to if war becomes indistinguishable from a game? Fall 2017 Luther Reformed Daniel Tompsett As Christians mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, churches around the world look for ways to come together. What does the Bible have to say about unity among believers?