Fall 2009 Fall 2009 Human Ecology David Hulme Spiritual laws govern how we rightly relate to other humans and the environment. We can ignore them or align ourselves with them and reap the benefits. Fall 2009 Is God Green? David Hulme Environmentalism is the subject of heated debate all over the globe. But where do we end up when we set aside political and commercial questions? Fall 2009 The Sensitive Explorer Dan Cloer Vision interviews astronaut Michael Massimino who has traveled to space twice to help repair the Hubble Space Telescope. Fall 2009 Who Am I? The Question of Youth Violence Gina Stepp Research suggests that a child who lacks a positive sense of identity is much more likely to turn violent. Gina Stepp explores five keys to help prevent youth violence. Fall 2009 Watchdogs of the Sea Lindsay Keefer Marine biologist Eric Montie discusses some of the challenges in determining the presence and effects of chemicals such as DDT in marine mammals. Fall 2009 Rachel Carson: A Voice That Broke the Silence Lindsay Keefer Mid-20th-century technological advances caused many to ignore the potentially negative effects. One early voice of caution was that of Rachel Carson. Fall 2009 The Apostles, Part 16 Son of Thunder, Apostle of Love David Hulme John, the last surviving apostle, lived a long and challenging life. David Hulme looks at some of John’s early experiences as a follower of Jesus Christ. Spring 2000 Rediscovering Leadership: Service Versus Self-Interest Michael McKinney At some point every one of us has the opportunity to lead. What are the principles that enable us to lead with the interests of others foremost in mind? Fall 2009 God and Your Brain Jerry de Gier What effect, if any, does religious belief have on us? Two books, both published in 2009, tackle the topic but come to very different conclusions. Fall 2009 God Exists Is the scientific method the best way to establish evidence for God? How can we know whether God exists?