Episode 11 | Calling & Community in a Post-Pandemic World with Os Guinness & Pete Peterson

On Friday, May 15th, 2020 we were delighted to welcome Trinity Forum founder, author, and social-critic, Os Guinness, and Dean of Pepperdine’s School of Public Policy, Pete Peterson, to discuss calling and community in the aftermath of this global crisis.

Learn more about Os Guinness, and Pete Peterson.

Watch the full Online Conversation and read the transcript from May 15, 2020.

Mentioned authors and books:

The Call, by Os Guinness
John Stott
A Treatise on Vocations, William Perkins
Patrick Deneen
Søren Kierkegaard
Dr. James Houston
Range, by David Epstein
The City of God, by St. Augustine
Strong and Weak, by Andy Crouch

Related Trinity Forum Readings:

“William Wilberforce: A Man Who Changed His Times,” by John Pollock, A Trinity Forum Reading
“Why Work?” by Dorothy Sayers, A Trinity Forum Reading
“How Much Land Does a Man Need?” by Leo Tolstoy, A Trinity Forum Reading
“Letters from Vincent Van Gogh,” by Vincent Van Gogh, A Trinity Forum Reading

Related viewing:

Pete Peterson’s webinar on calling
Our Evening Conversation with Andy Crouch on Strong and Weak

Trinity Forum Evening Conversations with Os Guinness:
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