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Unified: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided Country. Tonight, the Trinity Forum and Pepperdine University School of Public Policy are delighted to host an Evening Conversation with Senator Tim Scott and Congressman Trey Gowdy at the National Press Club to discuss the themes of their new book "Unified: How Our Unlikely
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The Lonely American: Rootedness and Reconciliation in a Riven Land In this Evening Conversation on "The Lonely American: Rootedness and Reconciliation in a Riven Land" with Senator Ben Sasse and Russell Moore in Washington, DC we discussed the growing problem of loneliness in the country — the ways in which our alienation from each other
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Last Call for Liberty. We hosted an Evening Conversation with Trinity Forum founder Os Guinness on themes from his book "Last Call for Liberty." During this Evening Conversation, Guinness discussed the means of recovering faithful citizenship at a time when polarization and incivility threaten to tear America apart. Guinness argued that our deep divisions stem
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On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books. The Trinity Forum, Montgomery Bell Academy, and St. Paul Christian Academy hosted an Evening Conversation with literary scholar Dr. Karen Swallow Prior on the themes from her book "On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books." WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free
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Identity and Dignity. The Trinity Forum and Intercollegiate Studies Institute hosted geopolitical scholar and best-selling author Francis Fukuyama and respondent Ryan Streeter on “Identity and Dignity." They discussed themes from Fukuyama's book, "Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment," and explored the ways in which our search for dignity, recognition, and belonging
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Discovery & Doxology Between September 2016 and July 2018, the Trinity Forum partnered with BioLogos and Church of the Advent to host four Evening Conversations and follow-up dinners in a series on “Discovery and Doxology” to explore the ways in which scientific discoveries and spiritual knowledge can be complimentary and reinforcing, rather than adversarial, and
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Moving Beyond Conflict: Science and Faith in Harmony The Trinity Forum, BioLogos, and Church of the Advent hosted a discussion on "Moving Beyond Conflict: Science and Faith in Harmony," where Director of the National Institutes of Health Francis Collins and philosopher James KA. Smith examined ethical questions of gene-editing, and explored how faith enables us
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Civility and Courage Amidst Difference and Division. In this Evening Conversation, we hosted performing artist and record producer Lecrae and the author of Reclaiming Hope, Michael Wear, on the topic of “Civility and Courage Amidst Difference and Division.” WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial of our daily email. First Last Email
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Love, Justice, and Suffering: The Legacy of MLK In our inaugural Community Conversation, panelists Cheryl Sanders, David Bailey, and Bill Haley discuss the continuing legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Hosted at Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C. on April 30, 2017. WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial of our daily
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