Winter 2000 Winter 2000 A Vision for the New Middle East? David Hulme Shimon Peres continues to break the mold. In his own words he has shifted from being a “terrible hawk” to espousing the cause of peace. Winter 2000 Peace Be Within Your Walls David Hulme Vision publisher David Hulme interviews Shimon Peres, former prime minister of Israel, member of the Knesset, and founder of the Peres Center for Peace. Winter 2000 Funeral Pyre of a Straw God David F. Lloyd Several recent books address the allegation that God is dead. Does modern philosophy succeed in laying the God of the Bible to rest? Winter 2000 “Speak to Us Smooth Things” Brian Orchard Have the prophets of the Bible been misjudged? Their writings have challenged those seeking to understand the relevance of the Bible to our times. Winter 2000 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 1 Humble Beginnings David Hulme Feared by a king and sought by wise men, the young Jesus was already having an impact—just through news of His birth. Winter 2000 A Point of Convergence Peter Roberts In revising its position on the origin of the universe, science has unwittingly come to agreement with the Bible. Winter 2000 The Origin of Evil John Meakin Robert C. Boraker The “problem of evil” has frustrated philosophers for millennia. How do you reconcile the presence of evil with the existence of a loving God? Winter 2000 Hot Evil and Cold Evil David Hulme Publisher David Hulme explores the concept of hot evil and cold evil. Winter 2000 Hitler: Evil Unprecedented Robert C. Boraker Fascination with Adolf Hitler continues to prey on the modern mind. Three books published in 1998 attempt to shed light on his evil persona. Winter 2000 Shimon Peres: From Hawk to Dove Edwin Stepp Vision looks at former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres, whose progressive ideas may well change the face of the Middle East. Winter 2000 David Hume: Stripping Away Hope in the Name of Enlightenment Wilf Hey Peter Moore David Hume, Scottish philosopher, historian, and leading neoskeptic, was a highly controversial figure in 18th-century Britain.