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This conversation took place on February 24, 2016, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. We welcomed scholars and theologians N.T. Wright and Richard B. Hays to discuss The Good News and The Good Life. In this Eastertide season, we hope this conversation will encourage and inspire us to live as resurrection people. Learn
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On Friday, July 10th we welcomed distinguished professor, author, and scholar Alan Jacobs to discuss his ever-timely book, The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis. In the book, Jacobs describes how after the Second World War, five Christian intellectuals presented strikingly similar visions for the moral and spiritual renewal
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On Friday, July 24th we were honored to host award-winning and much-beloved novelist and essayist, Marilynne Robinson. This wide-ranging conversation covered the art of writing as a means of exploring truth and engaging the questions around learning to live well, to love others, and to create a home and community in an often fractious world.
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On Friday, July 17, 2020 we welcomed writer, poet, and professor Marilyn McEntyre for an Online Conversation to discuss her provocative book, Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies. The book focuses on the morality, power, and importance of caring for language. She notes that caring for one another is not entirely separable from
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On Good Friday, April 10, 2020 The Trinity Forum hosted psychiatrist Curt Thompson for an Online Conversation to discuss his insights on suffering, shame, and isolation, which are felt acutely in the COVID-19 pandemic. Curt’s word for us in this time is to be of good cheer—our King is coming! Dr. Curt Thompson is a
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On Friday, September 25 we had the privilege of hosting best-selling author, thought leader, and Harvard Business and Kennedy School professor Arthur Brooks for an Online Conversation on “Redeeming a Culture of Contempt.” In his book, Love Your Enemies Brooks blends cutting-edge behavioral research and ancient wisdom to offer a better way to bridge divides and
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We are excited to announce the launch of a new podcast featuring some of our most fascinating content over the years! In our first season we’ll share highlights from some of our standout Online Conversations over the last several months, as well as from years past. We invite you to join us in this new venture, and in
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