Winter 2011 Winter 2011 Hope and the Human Spirit David Hulme The source we depend on for our overall direction tells us that the future of humanity is assured. Winter 2011 Global Problems, Global Solutions, Part 1 Of Weapons and Warfare David Hulme In a world that yearns for peace, warfare has become a globalized problem. What’s the likelihood of a shift from arms production to disarmament and universal harmony? Winter 2011 Imprisoned in the System Seth Capo The modern penal system in many nations has been a failed experiment in rehabilitation. Are reformation and reconciliation possible for prisoners? Winter 2011 Hell: Origins of an Idea Richard Burky Jeannette B. Anderson Belief in everlasting punishment in a blazing inferno is almost as old as humanity itself. But is it based on the Bible’s teachings? What is hell? Winter 2011 A Psychology of Change Gina Stepp Alfred Adler saw no need to reject religion. In fact, his face-to-face, holistic approach to working with patients was rooted in a well-known biblical precept. Winter 2011 The Apostles, Part 21 John: The End and the Beginning David Hulme The final installment of the series examines the biblical account of the apocalypse, as recorded by the apostle John in the book of Revelation. Winter 2011 Chernobyl: The Silent Museum Edwin Stepp April 26 marks the 25th anniversary of the worst nuclear disaster in history—a good time to reevaluate our responsibility regarding energy sources. Winter 2011 Alfred Adler: To Heal and to Educate Gina Stepp Though considered one of the three “great fathers” of modern psychotherapy, Alfred Adler is less familiar to most people today than Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Winter 2011 The Omega Men Dan Cloer Is preserving the species, or even the planet, the ultimate in human meaning? Vision looks at three recent books that outline potential end-time disasters.