Winter 2013 Winter 2013 The Age of Anxiety David Hulme There are answers to coping with anxiety and finding peace of mind. Trusting in God is the starting point. Winter 2013 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 5 Isaac and Sons: Birthright and Blessings David Hulme As the series continues, we review the ongoing biblical account of Abraham’s sons and grandsons. Their story is one of intrigue and deceit. Winter 2013 Attachment: Battleground in the Parenting Wars? Gina Stepp The concepts underlying “attachment parenting” aren’t clearly understood by most people. Exactly what is attachment, and what does it have to do with parenting? The Perfect Parent Compassionate parent is among the chief roles performed by God the Father. Who better to look to, then, for a model of loving, effective parental guidance? Winter 2013 On the Immortality of the Soul Stephen Elliott Most religious faiths teach that as humans we possess an immortal soul. Where did that idea come from? Is it biblical? From Life to Life Several major religions today teach the immortality of the soul, though each puts its own fingerprint on the idea. Winter 2013 Dante Alighieri and The Divine Comedy Daniel Tompsett Donald Winchester Perhaps no written work has had more influence on the Christian belief that human beings possess an immortal soul than Dante’s monumental poem. Winter 2013 God and Violence David Hulme If God is both loving and all-powerful, why doesn’t He prevent evil in the world? Is there a way to understand God’s relationship to violence? Winter 2013 YouGenics: The Decoding of Personal Health Dan Cloer DNA is becoming a second language of sorts because of its most attractive promise: customized, personalized medicine.