Winter 2001 Winter 2001 The Unique Mind David Hulme The human mind is not just the result of physicochemical reactions within the brain. There is a spirit in men and women that renders them human and unique. Winter 2001 The End Was Nigh John Meakin The year 2000 has rolled over to 2001, and concerns about an impending end of the world seem to have evaporated. Is it the “end of the end”? Up, Up and Away? Is the concept of the rapture, as popularly believed, found in the Bible? Winter 2001 When Will the Real Millennium Arrive? David F. Lloyd In the confusion about the start of the new millennium, we're forgetting about another millennium. Winter 2001 A Blueprint for Vision Brian Orchard What the world needs now is visionairies, and you could be one of them. Winter 2001 The Gospels for the 21st Century, Part 5 A Platform of Truth David Hulme At the heart of one of the most famous oratories of all time lie enduring values and principles that can lift us out of today’s maze of moral confusion. Winter 2001 Advancing Toward the Moral Brink David F. Lloyd Modern science is nudging us ever closer to a moral precipice. But can science serve as the arbiter of moral and ethical standards? Summer 2010 Thinking Between the Lines Wilf Hey Deceptions, hoaxes and urban legends abound, mainly because so many people are so easily taken in by them. Here’s how you can avoid being one of them. Logic Loopholes Here are some ways that we human beings deceive ourselves and each other, along with a few suggested remedies. Winter 2001 City of Peace in Pieces? David Hulme Both Palestinians and Israelis claim a right to the eternal city, but what makes the issue so contentious? Winter 2001 Murderous Microbes, a.k.a. Superbugs Rebecca Sweat The antibiotics battle is on, and new strains of deadly bacteria are fighting back with a vengeance. Disease Control: A Biblical Perspective Today’s emphasis in disease control is often less on knowing and applying sound principles of health than on obtaining a quick fix. Winter 2001 What’s Behind the Information Age Curtain? Edwin Stepp Can the dark side of human nature be overcome before the full power of the Information Age is unleashed? Winter 2001 Johann Gutenberg: Adventure and Art Robyn Page As a result of Gutenburg’s invention, books could be printed cheaply and in huge numbers. Thus he touched off a knowledge explosion. Winter 2001 Bill Gates: Pioneering Capitalist Donald R. Hornsby Pioneering genius, quintessential capitalist and one of the richest men in the world, Bill Gates has left his mark on the 20th century. Winter 2001 Turbulence and Anxiety David Hulme Despite the end of the Cold War, the world has become a far more turbulent place.