Winter 2020 Winter 2020 Getting to Know You David Hulme The world doesn’t lack for immature adults living life at the mercy of negative emotions. Honest self-appraisal is the key to shattering a false self-image. But where to begin? Winter 2020 Can We All Be Heroes? Donald Winchester The plotlines of popular superhero movies may influence us more than any political broadcast ever could. Winter 2020 Dancing to the Algorithm Daniel Tompsett What’s the origin of algorithms? And what might their nature tell us about our own nature? Winter 2020 The Baby Business Dan Cloer Millions of people now use assisted reproductive technologies to have children. How will IVF and embryo screening affect the future of family and society? Winter 2020 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 30 Lamenting the Fallen City David Hulme The book of Lamentations, though not often cited, serves as a microcosm of the human story. Lamentations: Echoes of Moses A helpful perspective in understanding Lamentations is to look at parallels with the book of Jeremiah, but also with Deuteronomy. Winter 2020 Inequality Is a Choice Daniel Tompsett Ideologies are about what we choose to believe. In Thomas Piketty’s Capital and Ideology, the author explores the past and current political-economic choices we’ve made.