Fall 2011 Fall 2011 Technological Disconnect David Hulme Life has sped up of late. Many of us are connected all the time, constantly attentive, always replying, never quiet. But is this helpful? Fall 2011 Global Problems, Global Solutions, Part 4 In Search of Ideal Government David Hulme No system of government has yet proven to be the answer to humanity’s problems. Is there such a thing as perfect government? Fall 2011 In the Beginning Was the Word Michael McKinney It’s been 400 years since the King James Version of the Bible was published in England. What makes it such an enduring translation? Fall 2011 The Quest for Liberty Steven D. Andrews Where will people find a leader who can finally release them from injustice and from the never-ending cycle of failed government, revolution and war? Fall 2011 Economic Tyranny by Choice Steven Orchard The doctrine of “highest and best use” is the guiding principle by which land is bought and sold today. And we have only ourselves to blame for the results. Fall 2011 The New Agrarian Culture Brian Orchard The urbanized and industrialized Western world has forgotten its agrarian roots. Should we reconsider the wisdom of a land-based economy? Fall 2011 People: Who Needs Them? Gina Stepp Pop psychologists freely use words such as introvert and extravert, but these terms can be misleading as well as harmful to personal development. Fall 2011 The Phoenix and the Early Church Daniel Tompsett Is the story of the mystical phoenix just an ancient flight of fancy? Its rebirth through Christian writings suggests otherwise. Fall 2011 Carl Jung: Forever Jung Gina Stepp Carl Gustav Jung founded an approach he named Analytical Psychology, many tenets of which have led some to refer to him as a “founding father of the New Age.” Fall 2011 Much More Than Literature Michael McKinney The Book of Books by Melvyn Bragg. After 400 years in print, the King James Version of the Bible is perhaps the most pivotal book ever written.