My thoughts ran back to a book I'd read over 40 years ago, when I was attending Dallas Theological Seminary. One of my assignments in Theology 101 was to read three books and analyze the theology of each author, with the understanding that everyone has a theology - a concept of God and/or reality. One of the books was to be a non-evangelical non-fiction. I chose a book that was at the time a best-seller - Beyond Freedom and Dignity by B. F. Skinner, 1971. Skinner was the great behavioral psychologist of his day and this book was, according to the blurb, considered to be a "stunning, detailed plan for change that challenges many of Western man's most sacred ideals and personal freedoms."