Summer 2004 Summer 2004 Who Am I? Who Should I Be? David Hulme Meaningful change is achieved by personal action that arises from the self-directed will to do the right thing for the good of all. Summer 2004 Beyond the Deadlock David Hulme Can a seemingly unrelated field of study point the way to a solution of the Arab-Israeli impasse? Summer 2004 Jerusalem: Center of the Earth? Part 2: The Unforeseen Endgame Peter Nathan A look at Jerusalem's centrality to geopolitics from the period of the Reformation to the modern era. Summer 2004 Wisdom: The Pauses Between the Notes Michael McKinney Winfried Fritz Wisdom seems to be an increasingly rare commodity. Why, and what can we do to develop it? Summer 2004 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 18 A Change of Rulership David Hulme It’s the final week of Jesus’ life on earth. After sidestepping traps set by the religious leaders of the day, He responds to questions about the end of the world. Summer 2004 Written in Stone Peter Nathan Archaeology might seem to be above the religious and political fray, but recent finds in Israel demonstrate otherwise. Summer 2004 In the Bully’s-Eye David Paszkiewicz Bullying is not limited to physical violence. Victims are usually reluctant to tell school officials or even their own parents. Summer 2004 Brain Science Has a Change of Mind David Hulme Recent discoveries in neuroscience are providing exciting insights into the nature of being human. Summer 2004 Fusing Mind and Matter David Hulme Vision interviews brain researcher Jeffrey M. Schwartz. Four Giant Steps for Mankind Variations of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, referred to by Jeffrey Schwartz as the Four Steps program, have successfully treated a wide range of conditions. Summer 2004 Rethinking Our Mental Framework Dan Cloer What is the process that makes each human a unique individual—largely the same, yet different from every other? The Synaptic Connection Uncovering the synaptic processes that gather, store and retrieve information throughout the brain is the cutting edge of modern neuroscience. Summer 2004 Enough Is Enough Bill Butler Donna Butler Today’s consumer is increasingly persuaded to focus on materialistic pursuits, to acquire that next want that goes far beyond a genuine need. When More Is Less Environmentalist Bill McKibben offers some succinct thoughts on our consumer age. Summer 2004 Eusebius Pamphilus: Father of Church History Ivor C. Fletcher Peter Nathan Eusebius played a significant role in the doctrinal debates and disputes that troubled the Catholic church during the early fourth century.