Summer 2000 Summer 2000 Here’s to Life David Hulme Vision explores several facets of life's complexities. The biblical perspective informs these articles, since the Bible could not be more concerned with life. Summer 2000 Finding Peace of Mind David Hulme Life in today’s world is increasingly complex. But despite increasing anxiety and stress, we can enjoy that seemingly rare peace of mind. Summer 2000 In Search of Utopia Wilf Hey Millions of people the world over believe they will go to heaven when they die. But is there a utopian existence outside of the human imagination? To Yearn Is Human What are we to make of the human longing for utopia? Summer 2000 Children: Our Legacy for the Future Brian Orchard Perhaps the greatest mark any single generation can leave on the next generation is its values. What kind of values are we passing on to our children? Summer 2000 Ethical Jazz or Moral Cacophony? David F. Lloyd Recently an Anglican bishop advanced the idea of godless morality. Is such a concept realistic? Distinguishing Between Morality and Ethics The basis for ethics must be morals, not the other way around. Summer 2000 The Anatomy of a Sexual Revolution John C. Anderson The Kinsey Reports, now known to be flawed, revolutionized America’s attitude toward sex and sexuality, with far-reaching moral implications. Summer 2000 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 3 Spreading the Word David Hulme Following the silencing of John the Baptist, Christ’s ministry commences with a private disclosure of who He is. For the first time Jesus openly said who He was. Yet He did not tell it to His own people but to a Samaritan woman. Summer 2000 A Second Genesis John Meakin Vision reviews three books on the field of genetics which is in the process of delivering what amounts to the greatest revolution in the history of the world. Summer 2000 Defining Our Age David Hulme The declining character of society today was foreseen long ago and recorded in a place where few think to look. What are society’s shortcomings? How can we cope? Summer 2000 Benjamin Spock: Physician, Heal Thyself John Meakin Kae Tattersall The life of Benjamin Spock, who was instrumental in a child-rearing revolution, is a story of public success that hid private family dysfunction. Summer 2000 Dolly: Send in the Clones Rebecca Sweat After hundreds of attempts, scientists in Edinburgh, Scotland, were able to clone the first sheep.