Summer 2020 Summer 2020 We Are More Than Self David Hulme We are by nature focused first on self. Until we change that, the world will never work for all of us. Summer 2020 “Subhuman” Zach Souder How and why do people convince themselves to view others as less than human? Vision reviews David Livingstone Smith’s On Inhumanity: Dehumanization and How to Resist It. Summer 2020 Do Not Touch Me David Hulme Vision interviews Italian philosopher and academic Donatella Di Cesare, author of two recent books addressing conditions that threaten the global status quo. Summer 2020 Choosing Peace Ron Dodgen Avoiding another Hiroshima begins with you and me. Summer 2020 Who Do You Think You Are? Mark J. Hulme Let’s put away the airbrush and take a closer look at this person we call the “self”—and why we think it needs an airbrush in the first place. Summer 2020 Time to Let Go Martin Coates Many of us probably nurse a dearly held grudge against someone—even though that grudge mostly just hurts us. The Bible on Letting Go and Doing No Harm What does the Bible say about holding grudges and seeking revenge when you’ve been wronged? Summer 2020 Taming Testosterone Gina Stepp Blamed for all sorts of bad behavior, a long-maligned hormone is being reappraised. Summer 2020 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 32 Let Us Rise Up and Build David Hulme Nehemiah’s account chronicles his efforts not only to restore the walls of Jerusalem but also to strengthen its returning inhabitants. Synching Ezra and Nehemiah If the editor of Ezra-Nehemiah rearranged passages to achieve a specific literary effect, how would that have affected the story flow?