Spring 2010 Spring 2010 New Books From Vision David Hulme Vision introduces its series on the Gospels as a full-length book in print and e-formats. What did Jesus mean when He talked about the kingdom of God? Spring 2010 Why Suffering? David Hulme It’s an ages-old conundrum: If God is both good and all-powerful, why does He allow pain and suffering in the world? Spring 2010 Mark Twain: The Whited Sepulchre Mark J. Hulme Mark Twain’s novels are some of the best examples of American literature. Though known for his humor, Twain shows a bitter edge in his later works. Spring 2010 Golgotha: Where Is It? Peter Nathan Where was Jesus crucified and buried? Most would say the Church of the Holy Sepulchre or the Garden Tomb, but first-century evidence says neither. Spring 2010 In the Beginning Martin Coates How the universe came into existence continues to intrigue—and baffle—cosmologists. Can anyone ever know how it all really began? Spring 2010 The Apostles, Part 18 John: Approaching the End David Hulme As the last surviving apostle among the original twelve, John was eager to pass on key instruction and understanding to followers of “the Way.” Spring 2010 Creating Sustainable Relationships Gina Stepp Leadership expert Will Marré suggests that new approaches to modern lifestyles will improve personal effectiveness and interpersonal benefits. A New Worldview As Will Marré notes, sustainable relationships require a different outlook than the competitive worldview. Spring 2010 Prove All Things Dan Cloer Vision discusses three books that examine why and how people hold beliefs about the meaning of life and the existence of God.