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Dr. David Hulme

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Vision Media Productions
Phone: (626) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.org
Local Address:  Los Angeles , California , United States
476 S. Marengo Ave.
Pasadena , California 91101
United States

Company Description: is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational materials to help all people lead a more fulfilling life. Our goal is to examine the...   more

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  • doctorate , International Relations
    University of Southern California
  • Ph.D.
  • doctorate , International Affairs
    University of Southern California
  • Ph.D
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From the Publisher, 5 Nov 2015 [cached]
David Hulme, publisher of the quarterly journal Vision, holds a doctorate in International Relations from the University of Southern California with an emphasis on the Middle East. He has also studied theology, psychology and philosophy. Writings by David Hulme include Apostles: First Followers and Their Faith (Vision Media Publishing, November 2010),as well as Gospels for the 21st Century (Vision Media Publishing 2010),Identity, Ideology and the Future of Jerusalem (Palgrave, 2006) and a chapter inWhat Makes Us Human? by Charles Pasternak (ed) (Oneworld 2007).
Hulme is also president of Vision Media Productions and chairman of Foundation.
David Hulme's Vision Blog
Books From Vision
Why Another Book About Jesus? Video interview with author David Hulme
Apostles by David Hulme
Identity, Ideology and the Future of Jerusalem, by David Hulme:
Vision publisher Dr. David Hulme also contributes an essay discussing the question in regard to religion. What Makes Us Human, Amazon Review: "Of particular value are the Introduction by Walter Bodmer (FRS) and rather to my surprise the contributions by the theologians Richard Harries and David Hulme. "Hulme in particular gave me an "eureka" moment by illuminating a connection between ancient Hebrew and Christian texts and our current scientific knowledge about our brains, to show how we have the capacity to change for the better by an act of will. "Unifying our scientific and religious world views is possibly the most important action we can take in managing the challenges of population growth and global degredation that we now face." -Ronald Horgan (Australia) Web Profiles for David Hulme can be found on:
More from David Hulme
Vision publisher David Hulme offers insight on what it will take to get at a lasting end to these continuing and deep rooted hostilities.
David Hulme: Identity Ideology and the Future of Jerusalem
For more than a hundred years, the tiny strip of land between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River has been the subject of intense debate and bitter conflict, with one of the main focal points of the ongoing struggle being a single ancient city. Exploring the lives of fourteen key Palestinian and Jewish leaders, this fascinating study by Middle-East scholar David Hulme examines the roles of identity and ideology in the search for a resolution to the final-status issue of Jerusalem.
Bios for Vision Media Productions, 26 May 2014 [cached]
David Hulme President/Executive Producer
David Hulme is the president of Vision Media Productions, based in Pasadena, California. e holds a doctorate from the University of Southern California in International Affairs,with an emphasis on the Middle East. Prior to founding Vision Media Productions, Hulme wasa producer, writer and on-camera anchor for The World Tomorrow, a weekly 30-minute televisionprogram that was syndicated on over 300 stations worldwide. Hulme also was Director of PerformingArts at the prestigious Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California, from 1986 until 1994.
David Hulme of Arcadia, ..., 14 Dec 2012 [cached]
David Hulme of Arcadia, Calif., president of the UCG, attended here for the second half of the Feast.
David Hulme of Arcadia, Calif., president of the UCG, talked about his recent trip to India (see article, page 1) in a discourse about "glimpses of the future."
David Hulme, chairman of the ..., 26 May 1995 [cached]
David Hulme, chairman of the board of the United Church of God, has provided the following statement as a summary of events as of May 15, 1995
They are Robert Dick, Jim Franks, Roy Holladay, Doug Horchak, David Hulme, Victor Kubik, Dennis Luker, Burk McNair and Ray Wooten.
David Hulme was appointed interim chairman.
The new council chose Bob Dick ..., 1 Dec 1995 [cached]
The new council chose Bob Dick of Federal Way, Wash., as new chairman of the council, replacing interim chairman David Hulme.
Mr. Hulme, in turn, was named president in the new configuration. The new council, as well as the new chairman and president, take office Jan. 1, the same date on which the new constitution and bylaws take effect.
The new council consists of Gary Antion, Toronto, Ontario; Mr. Dick.; Jim Franks, Houston, Texas; Roy Holladay, Fort Myers, Fla.; Doug Horchak, Fort Collins, Colo.; Mr. Hulme, of the church's home office, Arcadia, Calif.; Victor Kubik, also of the home office; Dennis Luker, Garden Grove, Calif.; Burk McNair, San Antonio, Texas; Peter Nathan, Radlett, England; Leon Walker, Big Sandy, Texas; and Don Ward, Hawkins, Texas.
Steven Andrews, C. Wayne Cole, George Crow, Robert Dick, Roger Foster, Jim Franks, Ken Giese, Arnold Hampton, David Havir, Roy Holladay, Doug Horchak, David Hulme, Bill Jacobs, Mark Kaplan, Victor Kubik,Ellis La Ravia, Dennis Luker, Les McCullough, Burk McNair, Brian Orchard, Richard Pinelli, Melvin Rhodes, Edward Smith, Richard Thompson, Harold Treybig, Don Ward, Lyle Welty and Dean Wilson.
The meetings began Sunday, Dec. 3, with Chairman Hulme making introductory remarks in which he referred to the church's organizational conference of elders last May, when 155 ministers met in Indianapolis to start the United Church of God.
Mr. Hulme advised that the rules be considered Jan. 1, 1996, at which time the general conference--by mail, fax or E-mail--could take action on them.
In closing the conference, Mr. Hulme said the elders would leave the gathering "with some very important agreements."
He listed these as a ratified set of rules of order, a ratified constitution and bylaws, a newly elected council of elders, an approved ethics statement for handling finances, an approved budget for 1996-97.
Mr. Hulme said that 1996 could see a new publication for the ministry, and "well continue New Beginnings [newsletter], perhaps renamed Not Quite So New Beginnings."
Mr. Hulme admonished the ministers to keep their noses in the Bible. "We've all heard of sermons in which the Bible is scarcely mentioned," he said.
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