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Posts by: Christopher Parr

Faith, Crime, & Punishment Cherie Harder Monday, October 31, 2011   What causes a person to change? It is a question pondered by parents, pastors, politicians, educators, therapists, physicians -- and of course, Oprah. From twelve-step programs, public awareness campaigns, and management techniques, to the promise of “statecraft as soulcraft” virtually every occupational sector offers
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Founders' Gala Report Cherie Harder Thursday, September 29, 2011   What a celebration! Last week at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Trinity Forum hosted our 20th Anniversary Founders' Gala - and what a party it was! It was a wonderful time to honor our co-founders, Os Guinness and Al McDonald, while
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Serving Our Work and Neighbors: Which Comes First? Cherie Harder Saturday, September 17, 2011   In an excellent piece published by Comment Magazine, John Terrill and Kenman Wong explore the ideas of Dorothy Sayers in her essay, "Why Work?", recently published by The Trinity Forum as a Reading. They present Sayers' context at the time
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Civility in the Little Things Cherie Harder Thursday, September 15, 2011   According to polls, “we the people” are rude. A recent nationwide study on civility in America found that 95% of Americans believe the level of civility in the country is a problem, and 65% consider it a “major” problem — and most believe
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Celebrating 20 Years! Wednesday, August 24, 2011   The Trinity Forum is throwing a party! We hope you will join us next month as we celebrate our 20th anniversary, and a generation's worth of the work of the Trinity Forum. The 20th Anniversary Founders' Gala will be held at the beautiful Corcoran Museum of Art
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Rest and Reading Cherie Harder Friday, August 12, 2011   The August doldrums are upon us.  Here in Washington, Congress has, after many misadventures, recessed for the month, and with their departure, traffic has thinned, the pace has slowed, workdays have shortened, and vacations are taken. The city (and perhaps the nation as well) seems
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Mind, Memory, and Meaning Friday, July 15 2011   One of the more interesting and repeated biblical injunctions is that against inattention and amnesia.  In the Old Testament alone, there are dozens of exhortations to the Israelites to “remember,” “fix it in mind,”  “write on the tablet of your heart,” “bind on your fingers,” “tell
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Welcome to Reflections! Cherie Harder Sunday, April 3 2011   We’re delighted you’ve joined us. In fact, we’re launching this feature for the purpose of hearing from you, our friends and readers, on the “big issues” of life -- work, vocation, faith, art, hospitality, character, meaning, and so on. In the weeks ahead, we’ll be
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Silence, Space & Rest Cherie Harder Wednesday, February 16, 2011   We are now in the midst of what may be the most counter-cultural of holiday seasons: Lent. In stark contrast to the crazed consumerism that accompanies Advent, or even the candy trappings of Easter, Lent offers nothing for the world to commercialize or capitalize
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