An Evening Conversation with Os Guinness
Celebrating the 500th
Anniversary of the Reformation:
The Forgotten Key to American Freedom
We are delighted to invite you to an Evening Conversation with Trinity Forum co-founder and Senior Fellow Os Guinness on the eve of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. During this Evening Conversation on "Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: The Forgotten Key to American Freedom," Guinness will discuss the significance of Martin Luther's leadership and the impact of the Reformation, and why it affects our lives today.
Os Guinness is an author, social critic, and world-wide speaker. He has written or edited more than 30 books, including The American Hour, Time for Truth, The Call, Invitation to the Classics, Long Journey Home, The Case for Civility, A Free People's Suicide, The Global Public Square, Renaissance,Fool’s Talk – The Recovery of Christian Persuasion, and his latest book Impossible People: Christian Courage and the Struggle for Civilisation. Dr. Guinness's focus is on making academic concerns accessible to lay audiences, especially in the field of public policy.
Guinness was born in China where his parents were medical missionaries, and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford. He was a freelance reporter with the BBC, and later served as Executive Director of the Williamsburg Charter Foundation. He has also served as a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, a Guest Scholar and Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution and at the EastWest Institute in New York, and is currently a Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum and the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics in Oxford.
This Evening Conversation is sponsored by Henry J. (Bud) and Jane Smith, former Chairman of the Board of the Trinity Forum, celebrating the occasion of his 90th birthday.
We hope you will join us for wine, hors d'oeuvres, and conversation at the Army Navy Club.
Trinity Forum Society Members: $15