Fall 2018

Looking Out for Your Neighbor

Donald Winchester

Isla Veal

The mining industry may seem an unlikely place to find practical examples of the Golden Rule in action.

Fall 2018

Cause of Death: Sports

Donald Winchester

Isla Veal

That sports, conventionally seen as promoting health, should be deemed a cause of death raises serious ethical questions.

Fall 2018

Destination: Mars

Dan Cloer

The chief engineer for NASA’s robotic Mars Exploration Program talks about what it would take to put people on the Red Planet. Will Mars be humanity’s lifeboat?

Corruption as a shadow economy

October 24, 2018

The Curse of Corruption

David Hulme

Around the globe, the illicit economy shows no signs of slowing. Whatever form it takes, corruption touches us all.

 

Fall 2018

A World of Corruption

David Hulme

From bribery and cronyism to counterfeit goods and money laundering, corruption touches every nation and every level of society. And it was predicted to be so.

Fall 2018

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 25

The God of All Comfort

David Hulme

Where the first half of Isaiah’s prophetic book focuses mainly on warning Judah and surrounding nations, the second half is primarily about restoration and peace.

Summer 2018

Mexico: A City on a Lake

Ramesh Patel

Dan Cloer

A brief look at Mexico City’s history helps explain the modern city’s water troubles.

Summer 2018

How Not to Build a City

Ramesh Patel

Dan Cloer

Mexico City is one of the world’s biggest population centers, yet the city’s infrastructure is extremely unstable. The resulting challenges serve as a warning—and a lesson—to the rest of our urbanizing world.

August 20, 2018

Global Threats, Part 6

Rogue Robots

David Hulme

Artificial intelligence is changing lives for the better, but its developers acknowledge that it also poses serious risks. This raises some far-reaching questions.

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