Winter 2022 Winter 2022 Your Brain on Prejudice David Hulme Prejudging others based on their physical or other characteristics comes quite naturally. How can we overcome our racial and ethnic biases? Winter 2022 Luck of the (Genetic) Draw Dan Cloer If we’re all 99.9 percent the same genetically, does DNA have any impact on our chances of success in life? Winter 2022 The New Anti-Eugenics Dan Cloer Using the supposed objectivity of DNA to establish human hierarchy may be the dream of eugenicists, but for Kathryn Paige Harden, the goal of having and using genetic information is exactly the opposite. Winter 2022 We Can’t See the Forest for the Trees Joshua Deakins Is planting more trees the answer to a looming climate crisis? Winter 2022 The Making of a Hero Donald Winchester The World War II story of a young man in the Polish Underground invites us to consider what we idealize in others. Winter 2022 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 38 Who Is in Control? David Hulme The final installment in the series examines the multifaceted book of Daniel, which serves as a bridge from the Old Testament to the New. Empires, Rulers and Events in Daniel: History and Interpretation The book of Daniel includes both history and prophecy spanning many centuries. This chart offers a way to contextualize the empires, rulers and events covered by the book.