Spring 2012 Spring 2012 No Such Thing As a Free Lunch David Hulme Is anything really free? Whatever it is, it costs someone somewhere something. What does the Bible say about the subject of giving? Spring 2012 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 2 From Eden to Babylon David Hulme Humanity’s journey from the Garden of Eden to the city of Babylon spanned two millennia and is retold in stories from the book of Genesis. Spring 2012 Of Life, Death and Dignity Thomas E. Fitzpatrick How much say should people have in determining the circumstances of their demise? Is ultimate personal autonomy, even in death, the most important aspect of life? Spring 2012 Reflecting on Rio Dan Cloer The world doesn’t seem much closer to attaining its sustainability goals. Will Rio+20 produce the results they’re hoping for? The Biblical “World Line” It is commonly said that the Bible can be divided into thirds: history, instruction and prophecy. Spring 2012 The High Life: A Look at Prescription Drug Abuse Brian Orchard The chronic misuse and abuse of medicines is a growing global problem. Is there a root cause, and does the problem have a solution? Spring 2012 Opposing Forces Peter Nathan Unless we understand the forces at work from the very beginning of the Christian Era, we simply cannot put the rest of church history in its proper context. Spring 2012 Your Brain on Self-Deception Gina Stepp In this review, Vision looks at three books focusing on the cognitive tricks employed by the brain as it works to preserve our cherished beliefs and self-deceptions.