Fall 2019 Fall 2019 The World’s Greatest Threat David Hulme Solutions to the many existential threats facing the world today are elusive, in large part because of our own human nature. What can be done? Fall 2019 Does Democracy Have a Future? Daniel Tompsett Maybe the political-economic system that prevails in the world today isn’t really a good option anymore. Fall 2019 The Future of Farming David Hulme Part 1: David Hulme interviews Achim Dobermann of Rothamsted Research about the effect of agriculture on our planet and how it will need to change if we hope to feed the world’s growing population. Fall 2019 The Future of Farming David Hulme Part 2: David Hulme interviews Achim Dobermann of Rothamsted Research about how agriculture will need to change if we hope to feed the world’s growing population. Fall 2019 Gratitude in a Greedy World Gina Stepp Greed, it’s often said, makes the world go round. While it may not be easy to counter such a natural human tendency, the benefits of doing so are huge. Fall 2019 Making a Better Baby Dan Cloer Researchers and policy makers around the world struggle to lead human germ-line editing into the future. Fall 2019 The ART of Having Children Dan Cloer Medical doctor Robert Klitzman talks about our increasing ability to design babies to our personal specifications. Fall 2019 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 29 Chronicles: Re-Viewing Israel’s History David Hulme Hoping to strengthen his people’s sense of identity, an anonymous chronicler documents their backstory. Fall 2019 The Fight for Food Daniel Tompsett What role will food play in defining the future of our world, including potential war? Vision reviews Julian Cribb’s 2019 book, Food or War. Fall 2019 The Passion Paradox Zach Souder Does following your passion mean giving up on the idea of living a balanced life? Fall 2019 Peace: The Essential and Elusive Goal David Hulme What will it take to achieve a lasting global peace?