Fall 2000 Fall 2000 What Kind of World Do We Want? David Hulme What kind of world do we want? It's a question that's increasingly overshadowed by individuals feeling powerless in the face of massive societal change. 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. Fall 2000 The Mending of a Nation Winfried Fritz A look back at the fall of the Berlin Wall and Germany's subsequent reunification in October 1990 offers some fascinating insights into the making of history. Fall 2000 Genes, Genome and Genesis David F. Lloyd Surprisingly, what geneticists are seeking to discover by probing the mysteries of life was revealed long ago. Fall 2000 The Warrior Pope Peter Nathan Thanks to John Paul II, the papacy is once again a force to reckon with. Fall 2000 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 4 A Richer Vessel David Hulme As His ministry continued, Jesus showed that fulfilling the will of God requires more than an outward show of religion. Fall 2000 2000: A Space Odyssey? Peter Roberts Will the International Space Station play a role in the human conquest of space? Or is there another route to the ends of the universe? Fall 2000 Right and Wrong David Hulme Does humanity have the right to define or even discard moral standards according to personal preference? Fall 2000 Martin Luther: Prophet of God? Brian Orchard Vision reviews two books focusing on Martin Luther: The Christian Between God and Death by Marius, and Martin Luther's Theology by Lohse. Fall 2000 Martin Luther: The Fearful Philosopher Edwin Stepp Martin Luther had a profound impact on traditional Christianity. Though he sought only to reform his church, he wound up rejecting it and establishing a new one.