Fall 2004 Fall 2004 Working for Balance David Hulme When it comes to the kind of work that is spiritual in nature, engaged in for the sake of others or in obedience to the Creator, the Bible is filled with principle and practice. Fall 2004 Europe’s State of Mind David Hulme Will the European Dream supplant the American Dream as the dominant social force shaping the world? Vision publisher David Hulme asks author and social critic Jeremy Rifkin. Measuring the Good Life David Hulme asks Jeremy Rifkin: “How do America and Europe compare on quality-of-life issues?” Fall 2004 Revisiting the Dead Sea Scrolls Peter Nathan Ancient writings found in the Judean desert have been at the center of conflict for more than 50 years. What have we learned from these much-debated texts? What the Dead Sea Scrolls Have Shown Five things that the Dead Sea Scrolls have revealed. Fall 2004 Is Christianity Off Base? David Hulme Vision publisher David Hulme interviews theologian John Garr, president of Restoration Foundation, for the Vision.org documentary Quest for the Real Paul. Was Paul a Christian? Vision publisher David Hulme interviewed several scholars for his television program about the apostle Paul. On one question they were all in agreement. Fall 2004 Daily Devotion: The Legacy of the Protestant Work Ethic Brian Orchard Winfried Fritz The Western world’s obsession with work has a long history. But on what is it founded? Out of Character Most people agree that character has to do with moral behavior. But on what authority can we define character or determine how it is achieved? Fall 2004 Why Work? Brian Orchard Too many people derive little or no satisfaction from their work. So what does it take to achieve lasting fulfillment in our employment? Fall 2004 Off to Work Branden Schroeder A biblical work ethic was a fundamental building block of the Industrial Revolution, but have we lost sight of how work should factor into our lives? Fall 2004 Time to Eat Edwin Stepp An Italian food critic’s joke has spawned a serious worldwide movement opposing fast food. Fall 2004 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 19 Buried Treasure David Hulme In the last days before His crucifixion, Jesus gives His followers some keys to staying faithful until His promised return. Fall 2004 Refashioning Propriety Gina Stepp Is the current trend toward more modest clothing a sign of changing values? Fall 2004 Max Weber: A Compulsion for Work David F. Lloyd Author of The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, Max Weber had a significant role in shaping 20th-century political and social concepts.