Summer 2002 Summer 2002 What Is Truth? David Hulme What is truth? Can we really know for sure? In this issue we explore the subject of truth from several angles. Summer 2002 Six Dominant Ideas, Part 3 A Dream Gone Wrong David Hulme Sigmund Freud’s theories have helped to shape the mental framework of just about everyone, whether they have read his works or not. Summer 2002 Feeding Us a Line Jerry de Gier Religion has its intellectual critics, but there is much more to be skeptical about in the smorgasbord of other philosophies available today. Summer 2002 Truth Is Stranger Than It Used to Be Michael McKinney Whenever times or circumstances change, people’s concept of truth changes with it. So what is truth? Winning Hearts and Minds “Truth” that is not applicable to all people everywhere is not truth but opinion. Religion not based on truth is therefore merely opinion with no moral force. Summer 2002 Taking the Bounce Out of Boys Thomas E. Fitzpatrick Vision contributor Thomas Fitzpatrick interviews author Christina Hoff Sommers about the upbringing of boys. Summer 2002 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 11 Words of Wisdom David Hulme Whether He was instructing His disciples or facing His enemies, Jesus conveyed the essential qualities of godly behavior. Summer 2002 Reality Bites Edwin Stepp William Welch A new genre of television programming is reminiscent of an ancient manifestation of human nature’s dark side. Summer 2002 Searching for the Fountain of Youth Paul Roberts More and more people are grasping at ways to stay young. Will science find a way for us to live forever? The Science of Growing Young Although some are convinced that HGH can benefit the aging process, the National Institute on Aging sees evidence supporting this premise as sketchy. Summer 2002 The Cult of “St. Elvis” Bill Butler Donna Butler Twenty-five years after his death, Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, is still the object of reverence and adulation. Why? Summer 2002 Friedrich Nietzsche: “God Is Dead” Jerry de Gier Looking at his early life, no one could have known the impact Friedrich Nietzsche would have on society. But in his final years he was not at peace.