Spring 2006 Spring 2006 Don’t Worry, Be Happy David Hulme Because the brain has plasticity, our predispositions may be more malleable than we think. Spring 2006 Messiahs! Rulers and the Role of Religion, Part 5 Where the Sun Never Set: Charles V and the Defense of Christendom David Hulme The last emperor to be crowned by a pope, Charles V viewed himself as a soldier of God—with Mars and Neptune at his side. Spring 2006 Facing Facts David F. Lloyd Is The Da Vinci Code based on fact, or are its author’s claims of accuracy the novel’s greatest fiction? How Many Gospels Were There? History records that, by the end of the first century, only four Gospels were established as the inspired accounts of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Mere Mortal or Son of God? When was Jesus Christ first considered to be the Son of God? Was Jesus Married? One of the key points in The Da Vinci Code is that Jesus, as an observant Jew, must have been married. Spring 2006 The Sickness Business Brian Orchard Many disorders that were previously regarded as derived from moral or social problems are now viewed as medically treatable. Spring 2006 Everymoney: Capitalism, Democracy and Global Wealth William Welch Having survived the Great Depression, capitalism gained strength and traveled the world. Vision continues to follow its progress into the 21st century. Spring 2006 John Maynard Keynes: Capitalism’s Savior? William Welch This issue’s Bio Vision looks at one of the most influential economists of all time, John Maynard Keynes. Spring 2006 The Apostles, Part 3 Peter, Paul and Barnabas David Hulme The book of Acts povides a history of the early Christian Church’s growth and development. This article explores the early experiences of three key players. Spring 2006 Another Jesus David Hulme Peter Nathan Two books attempt to tell the story of the last days of Jesus’ life but go astray in their conclusions.