Fall 2001 Fall 2001 The Cult of the Expert David Hulme Has modern understanding of marriage, family and sex been muddied by flawed “expert” knowledge? Fall 2001 Pathways to Peace? David Hulme Two American statesmen offer divergent approaches to foreign policy for the 21st century. Fall 2001 Medals of Honor Rebecca Sweat As the world celebrates the centennial of the Nobel prizes, Vision interviews Irwin Abrams, the foremost expert on the history of the Nobel peace prize. Fall 2001 The Splice of Life: Sex in the 21st Century Brian Orchard Rebecca Sweat Will biotechnology change our views on sex and procreation? Fall 2001 Marriage: Mystery and Meaning Brian Orchard Marriage is as old as humanity itself. But how relevant is it today? Fall 2001 A Culture of Divorce Brian Orchard More and more couples are willing to endure the pain of ending a marriage, a fact that is reshaping society itself, according to experts. Fall 2001 Wading Into the Gene Pool Rebecca Sweat Vision interviews W. French Anderson, M.D., director of Gene Therapy Laboratories at the University of Southern California School of Medicine. Fall 2001 I’m Dreaming of a Right Christmas Robert C. Boraker Edwin Stepp You've probably heard that the Western world's biggest holiday is steeped in paganism. But have you asked yourself why it matters? Fall 2001 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 8 Riddled With Truth David Hulme Did people grasp all the implications of Jesus’ teaching? Surprisingly, they were not intended to, since Jesus often deliberately obscured His meaning. Fall 2001 Just Six Numbers Peter Roberts Is human life the result of many coincidences and random chance? Or is it instead the fine-tuning of the laws that govern it which have led to our existence? Fall 2001 Alfred Nobel: Lord of Dynamite, Patron of Peace Neal Hogberg Founder of prestigious scientific and humanitarian prizes, Alfred Nobel seemed able to ignore the way his powerful inventions were used. Fall 2001 Thomas Edison: Symbol of a Dawning Age Cecile Ras Many of the products and industries that today's society depends on today had their roots in the fertile imagination of the renowned inventor Thomas Edision.