Vol. 24 No. 1 (2023): Uncertainty
This issue of Vision explores the theme of uncertainty from a variety of angles: personal, ecological, biblical, societal, and so on. As Karl Koop reflects in the editorial: "We seem to have entered a period of uncertainty. All of us experience personal uncertainties, of course, but in recent years global events—events such as climate change, food insecurity, economic woes, the pandemic, rising international tensions, intensification of political and social fragmentation inside national borders, and so on—have made us collectively uncertain. We would like to experience a return to normalcy, but we might also be in permacrisis, a prolonged period of instability and insecurity. But then, instability and insecurity have always been a part of human experience. Perhaps only we, the privileged, have escaped widespread calamity until now."