Spring 2002 Spring 2002 Learning to Lead David Hulme Those who can set a Christlike example of humility, and yet tell the unvarnished truth in a gentle and kind way, are the leaders to follow. Spring 2002 Six Dominant Ideas, Part 2 A Dark Fellow From Trier David Hulme Karl Marx may have influenced modern history more than any other intellectual, but what influenced his theories? The Bible and Class Struggle Does the Bible say anything about class struggle as the definer of human life? No, it does not. But there are certainly Christian methods of dealing with it. Spring 2002 Hope Held Captive Robyn Page Just when South Africa thought its future looked bright, a new and ominous crisis emerged. AIDS: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Once infected with HIV, an individual is infected for life. What is HIV/AIDS? What causes it, and how is it acquired? Nkosi’s Legacy Nkosi Johnson’s name almost always comes up when talking about HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Vision interviewed his foster mother, Gail Johnson, after his death. “Safe Sex”—A Biblical Perspective At Vision we believe more is needed to win the war against HIV/AIDS. The Bible contains instruction that, if followed, would prevent this unnecessary catastrophe. Spring 2002 The Invisible Enemy John Meakin Robyn Page Can the battle against AIDS in South Africa be won? Vision interviews Clem Sunter who serves on the board of governors of the South African Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS. Spring 2002 Equivocal Evidence John C. Anderson Part Two of Vision’s look at the failings of evolutionary theory. Spring 2002 The New War? David Hulme David Hulme spoke with military historian Sir John Keegan soon after 9/11. Vision revisits their discussion on the changing face of war. Spring 2002 Titanic Arrogance John Meakin Historical human tragedies such as the sinking of the Titanic teach valuable lessons about the tendency to feel we are invulnerable. Spring 2002 The Matrix: Reality Check Peter Roberts The premise of the popular sci-fi movie The Matrix surprisingly reflects a fundamental biblical theme. Spring 2002 God Save the Queen Donna Butler Peter Nathan Monarchy is the oldest institution of government in the UK. Could the real significance and durability of Britain’s monarchy be rooted in a more ancient history? Spring 2002 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 10 Clean Hands, Clean Heart David Hulme Jesus taught that true religion demands a deep commitment to spiritual values rather than to ritual customs. Spring 2002 A Theory of Everything David F. Lloyd How is it that a theory from biology has become so all-encompassing that it now directly informs most aspects of society and culture? Spring 2002 Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon: The Indomitable Queen Mum Donna Butler With a lifetime spanning more than a century, from Queen Victoria’s reign to the present, Britain’s Queen Mother has become a unique national treasure. Spring 2002 Anne Frank: A Young Girl With a Vision Gina Stepp Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl is second only to the Bible in nonfiction sales. Her dedication to her life goal resulted in its realization, though not in the way she had hoped.