Fall 2010 Fall 2010 Up in Arms David Hulme The Bible talks about a kingdom of God that is not only the end of the arms industry: it suggests a state of mind completely opposed to war. Fall 2010 Radical Restoration David Hulme In addressing the problem of access and excess, it is timely to consider the wisdom found in Judeo-Christian literature and in the works of a few alternative thinkers. Fall 2010 Off the Assembly Line Dan Cloer The one-size-fits-all approach to education isn’t working. What’s needed is one that capitalizes on and nurtures each child’s strengths and creativity. Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner believes intelligence is more than book smarts. In 1983 he proposed the concept of multiple intelligences. Winter 2002 Parental Guidance Required Brian Orchard Children are shaped by many outside influences. Where should parents begin in reclaiming their role as authority figures and moral guides for their children? Fall 2010 The Apostles, Part 20 John: Essential Messages David Hulme The letters that the apostle John sent to seven churches in Asia Minor carried vital messages for survival. And they provide instruction even today. Fall 2010 Teaching Children the Art of Self-Control Gina Stepp One of the most important responsibilities that parents take on when they have children is teaching them to regulate their thoughts, emotions and behavior. But how? A Scriptural Look at Self-Control The concept of self-control gets considerable attention in the Bible. Fall 2010 Does Capitalism Have a Future? Daniel Tompsett In the wake of the 2007–09 financial crisis, a number of economists and commentators have written books to try to establish why the crisis happened.