Winter 2008 Winter 2008 Rediscovering the Language of Values David Hulme Almost every day the news carries a story about violence in society. Is our self-absorbed and morally ambivalent society failing its children? Winter 2008 Apocalypse Now, Later or Never? David Hulme The book of Revelation is an enigma to most who read it. Even in scholarly circles, ideas about its meaning and significance abound. Does such a puzzling book have any real value? Winter 2008 Leadership and Followership Michael McKinney Is leadership all about the leader? Or are effective leaders those who are most in tune with their followers? Vision interviews two authors on “The New Psychology of Leadership.” Winter 2008 Grand Cultures: Strengthening Grandparent and Grandchild Ties Gina Stepp Interaction between grandparents and grandchildren is almost nonexistent in many families. But the intergenerational gap can be bridged. Winter 2008 The Apostles, Part 10 Productive in Prison David Hulme Though Paul is manacled to a Roman guard, he continues his ministry both in person and through letters to fellow believers in outlying provinces. Winter 2008 Alcohol: Heavenly Healer or Devil’s Delight? Alice Abler Duane Abler Researchers, government health agencies and religions have a great deal to say about alcohol use and abuse. What does the Bible say about alcohol use? Winter 2008 Mary, the Mother of Jesus Robert C. Boraker During the Christmas season, people hear the account of Mary’s role as the mother of Jesus, but little of what is popularly believed about Mary is from the Bible. Summer 2001 Rights vs. Responsibilities David F. Lloyd Rights have never been so extensively defined as today. But what happens when the perceived rights of two individuals or groups clash? Winter 2008 Everything Old Is New Again Dan Cloer The problem of how blind processes of evolution create new species and biological systems through small steps is addressed in two recent books.