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Online Conversation | Redeeming Shame: Believing a Truer Story On Good Friday, April 10, 2020 The Trinity Forum hosted psychiatrist Curt Thompson to discuss his insights on suffering, shame, and isolation, which are felt acutely in this COVID-19 pandemic. Curt's word for us in this time is to be of good cheer—our King is coming!
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Online Conversation | Communities of Faith & COVID-19 On Wednesday, April 1st The Trinity Forum partnered with Baylor in Washington to host an online discussion with prominent faith leaders to discuss the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on faith communities and how they can contribute to the common good. Cherie Harder moderated this discussion between
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Online Conversation | The Long Loneliness On March 27th, The Trinity Forum hosted an Online Conversation with Senior Fellow Anne Snyder on Dorothy Day's The Long Loneliness. This is the first in a series of Online Conversations that are taking place during the national quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic. We hope these online events will
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Evening Conversation | The Decadent Society On March 10th, the Trinity Forum hosted an Evening Conversation with New York Times columnist Ross Douthat and Washington Post columnist Christine Emba. They explored themes of decadence, stagnation, and societal renewal—themes from Douthat's latest book, The Decadent Society. WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial
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Evening Conversation | Christianity, Pluralism, & Public Life On February 24th, the Trinity Forum hosted an Evening Conversation with Michael Wear, Dr. Amy Black, Bishop Claude Alexander, and Rev. Canon Peg Chemberlin. They discussed the report co-authored by Michael Wear and Amy Black—Christianity, Pluralism, and Public Life in America: Insights from Christian Leaders. To download
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