Summer 2001 Summer 2001 Diseases of the Heart David Hulme The heart is more than a muscular pump that is sometimes diseased. We also speak of it as the seat of emotional well-being. Summer 2001 The Violent Heart David Hulme The story of humanity is in large part the story of animosity and violence. What is it about people that leads them to treat one another as adversaries? Summer 2001 Taming the Monster Inside Us David Hulme In this interview with Jonathan Glover, which first appeared in the Summer 2001 issue, the British ethics professor addresses the human proclivity for cruelty. Summer 2001 Rights vs. Responsibilities David F. Lloyd Rights have never been so extensively defined as today. But what happens when the perceived rights of two individuals or groups clash? Summer 2001 Through an Ancient Looking Glass David Hulme Modern Western society reflects a civilization that most people consider long dead. Yet the connections are clear and unmistakable. Babel: Scaling the Heights of Hubris Why have people been fascinated with the Tower of Babel for so long? Summer 2001 As It Was From the Beginning? Steven D. Andrews The spirit that animated our earliest ancestors has continued unabated through the ages. And so, in humanity's struggle to create for itself a secure and prosperous world, it is unwittingly fulfilling an ancient prophecy. Summer 2001 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 7 Judging by the Fruits David Hulme As He traveled the countryside performing miracles and healing the sick, Jesus Christ taught the importance of being known by your everyday deeds and actions. Summer 2001 Woodrow Wilson: Making the World Safe for Democracy David Hulme President Woodrow Wilson is probably most remembered for his devotion to the cause of world peace in the forming of the League of Nations.