Shopping Bag
0
  • No products in the cart.

Reforming Public Theology In this Evening Conversation on "Reforming Public Theology," philosopher James K.A. Smith and respondent Michael Wear discuss the themes from Smith's latest book "Awaiting the King: Reforming Public Theology." WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial of our daily email. First Last Email CAPTCHA jQuery(document).bind('gform_post_render', function(event, formId, currentPage){if(formId ==
Read More

Character and Leadership in a Divisive Age In a special additional event in Nashville this year, we partnered with Montgomery Bell Academy to host an Evening Conversation with New York Times columnist and best-selling author David Brooks. Our topic, "Character and Leadership in a Divisive Age," could not be more timely. David Brooks has consistently
Read More

Mind, Matter, and Our Maker: Neuroscience and Faith. During this Evening Conversation in Washington, DC with neuroscientist Bill Newsome and philosopher Tim O'Connor, we discussed "Mind, Matter, and Our Maker: Neuroscience and Faith." This event is part of our "Discovery and Doxology" series with the Templeton Religion Trust and partners BioLogos and Church of the
Read More

Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: The Forgotten Key to American Freedom During this Evening Conversation on "Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: The Forgotten Key to American Freedom," Guinness and respondent Joseph Loconte discuss the significance of Martin Luther's leadership and the impact of the Reformation, and why it affects our lives
Read More

Hope, Healing, & Peacemaking: The Role of the Faith Community in Advancing Global Health This is an Evening Conversation on "Hope, Healing, & Peacemaking: The Role of the Faith Community in Advancing Global Health" with Executive Director of Hope Through Healing Hands Jenny Dyer and respondent Dr. Anne Peterson, the Senior Vice President of Global
Read More

Evening Conversation with John Inazu and Eboo Patel This Evening Conversation hosted attorney and author John Inazu, and Interfaith leader Eboo Patel on "Confident Pluralism in a Turbulent Age." This event is part of a new initiative on "Character, Civility, and Pluralism" made possible by the Trinity Forum Atlanta steering committee, in hope of catalyzing
Read More

Mercy, Justice, and Flourishing: Faith and Holistic Poverty Alleviation We hosted an Evening Conversation with Dr. Jim Yong Kim, the President of the World Bank Group on "Mercy, Justice, and Flourishing: Faith and Holistic Poverty Alleviation." Responding to Dr. Kim was former US Congressman and Ambassador Tony Hall. This event is part of our series
Read More

Culture Care The Trinity Forum, EDGE Mentoring, and Herron and Riverside High Schools hosted an Evening Conversation with artist Makoto Fujimura on “Culture Care." The event was held at Herron High School on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. During this inaugural Evening Conversation, Fujimura discussed the importance of creating and conserving beauty as an antidote to
Read More

How Dante Can Save Your Life The Trinity Forum joins Montgomery Bell Academy and St. Paul Christian Academy to host an Evening Conversation with Rod Dreher on "How Dante Can Save Your Life." Dreher’s best-selling book by the same title recounts the ways Dante’s epic poem proved transformative in his own life and what it
Read More

Faithful Living in Troubled Times: Christians and the Benedict Option In the first Trinity Forum conversation with new partner, St. Cecilia Academy (Nashville, TN), Dreher, Moore, and Sister Mary Madeline discuss Faithful Living in Troubled Times: Christians and the Benedict Option. WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial of our daily email.
Read More

12Next

Login

Create an account

Lost your password?