Fall 2003 Fall 2003 Missing the Mark David Hulme Knowing the difference between good and evil is one of the most important pieces of understanding we can have. Fall 2003 Interrupted Dreams Thomas E. Fitzpatrick When the issue of racial desegregation came to a head in the United States in 1963, two men helped the nation navigate the moral crossroads. Fall 2003 A Wright Mind Dan Cloer The Wright brothers harnessed the laws of aerodynamics in the first sustained powered flight. Their story illustrates a more compelling challenge. Fall 2003 The Peace Puzzle Brian Orchard Solving puzzles often requires a change in perspective and thinking. The greatest puzzle facing humanity today is a case in point. Fall 2003 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 15 The Helping Hand David Hulme Jesus taught that people need a genuine change of heart to solve their problems. Only then will they recognize those things that are truly important in life. Fall 2003 Feminism: The Complementary Angle Gina Stepp Does equality have to mean sameness, or can men and women capitalize on their differences to create synergy between the sexes? Fall 2003 Digging for Faith Michael McKinney With their faith on shaky ground, many nominal Christians and Jews are looking to archaeology to dig them out of their doubts. Fall 2003 To Have and to Hold John Meakin David H. Olson, president of Life Innovations, talks to Vision about the subject of marriage and discusses some of the challenges facing couples today. Fall 2003 Holes in History Jerry de Gier Peter Nathan A new war is on in the Middle East and at the center of the fray is the Bible’s credibility as an accurate history of the region. Fall 2003 Kathleen Kenyon: Larger Than Life Michael McKinney One of the great women archaeologists of the 20th century, Kathleen Kenyon will be greatly remembered for her substantial contributions to the field.