Spring 2001 Spring 2001 Technology’s Tower David Hulme It seems that nothing is beyond our reach when it comes to conquering the physical world, but we're at a loss to deal with moral questions. Spring 2001 Chernobyl: The Fallout Continues Maurice Frohn The world's most infamous nuclear power plant is finally closed. But that doesn't mean we can put the whole radioactive mess behind us. Spring 2001 Nuclear Dummies John Meakin Edwin Stepp Thanks to the MAD doctrine, the Cold War left its mark on two regions of the former Soviet Union. Spring 2001 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 6 Face to Face David Hulme In concluding the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus unmasked hypocrisy, encouraged sound judgment, and revealed the substance of godly character. Spring 2001 Groundless Claims Peter Nathan Where was Jesus buried and does it really matter? Spring 2001 Plagued by Doubt John Meakin Scientists offer rational explanations for the biblical plagues against Egypt. Spring 2001 An Empty Shell Robert C. Boraker Why is the Bible silent on one of traditional Christianity’s most important celebrations? Spring 2001 ’S No Angel Kae Tattersall Edwin Stepp There is more to the angelic realm than meets the eye. Spring 2001 Legislating Morality Bob Rodzaj What's at the heart of moral regeneration? Spring 2001 Back to 2001 Dan Cloer Stanley Kubrick’s influential movie molded expectations about the year 2001. The reality hasn’t lived up to the promise. Spring 2001 Can Civilization Collapse? David Hulme Can civilization collapse? It has before. It can again. But that's not the end of the story. Spring 2001 Artificial Intelligence: A Virtual Reality? Wilf Hey Will the next few years see the development of a truly intelligent computer? Will our own tools become our masters? Spring 2001 Marie Curie: Blazing a Trail Dan Cloer Little Manya Sklodowski (Marie Curie) became the first woman to earn the Nobel Prize in Physics, and the first person ever to earn a second Prize.