Fall 2008 Fall 2008 “Writing About Prostitutes” David Hulme A recent article in the U.S. magazine Atlantic carried the headline “Is Pornography Adultery?” and noted that “it may be closer than you think.” Fall 2008 Building Peace David Hulme Career diplomat Uri Savir has a passion for peace in the Middle East. This interview by publisher and Mideast scholar David Hulme is Savir’s second for Vision. Fall 2008 The Legacy of the Scrolls Peter Nathan Sixty years after their discovery, the Dead Sea Scrolls still spark controversy and debate. What have they established so far, and how will they be remembered? Fall 2008 Forgiveness (or Something Like It) Gina Stepp Researchers agree that when we don’t work toward a state of mind of something like forgiveness, we are the ones who suffer the most harm. Fall 2008 The Many Faces of Forgiveness David Hulme Vision publisher David Hulme interviews Boston University professor Charles L. Griswold on the subject of forgiveness. Fall 2008 Finding God’s Forgiveness David Hulme The belief systems that claim the Bible as their basis have significantly divergent views on the subject of forgiveness. So just what does the Bible say? Fall 2008 Jill Bolte Taylor: In the Garden of the Mind Dan Cloer In 1996 energetic brain scientist Jill Bolte Taylor had a stroke. Her recovery took eight years, but it was anything but time lost. Fall 2008 Child Soldiers Michelle Steel The majority of wars today are intrastate conflicts fought with small arms, and where such conflicts take place, many of those fighting are children. Fall 2008 The Apostles, Part 12 James, Brother of Jesus David Hulme What can we know about James, the first-century writer of one of the general epistles? And what value does his letter have in the 21st century? Fall 2008 Prewired Dan Cloer The idea of a moral basis for behavior is uniquely human. Morality implies that we bring judgment to our decisions.