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Online Conversation | How To Inhabit Time with James K. A. Smith Time often seems a scarce resource — one we increasingly attempt to stretch, squeeze, prolong, or kill. Yet for all of our attempted manipulation of time, we increasingly sense we are living “nowhen” — disconnected from the past and distracted from the present
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Online Conversation | Cultivating a Life of Learning with Zena Hitz How can we cultivate the habits and discipline required for a life of learning, especially in an age of distraction? And is such a life really worth it? Zena Hitz, humanities scholar and author of Lost in Thought: The Hidden Pleasures of an Intellectual
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Online Conversation | Neurobiology and the Soul: an Online Conversation with Curt Thompson and Jeffrey Dudiak What is the connection between our mind and our soul? New discoveries in neuroscience reveal that love can literally change our minds — that our relationships and interactions with others help shape our brains – which in turn, shape
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Online Conversation | Reading in Community with Matthew Lee Anderson and Anika Prather Christians have been called a “people of the book,” yet how often do we spend time gathering together to read deeply? In a fast-paced technological world, taking time to read deeply and well, let alone alongside others, can feel like a daunting task.
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Online Conversation | Curbing the Culture Wars: an Online Conversation with Yuval Levin and Brandon Vaidyanathan As the intensity of our culture war politics intensifies, partisan conflict and division have spread far outside their usual boundaries. Increasingly, virtually any sphere of life has grown politicized, shaded in either red or blue. Neighbors become online adversaries
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Online Conversation | Faith in an Empirical World: an Online Conversation with Ard Louis and Tremper Longman We live in an era where science and faith are widely believed to be in conflict. A spreading materialism asserts, even assumes, that only empirical knowledge is reliable, and denigrates ways of understanding reality beyond the quantitative. Others
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Online Conversation | After Babel: Reclaiming Relationship in a Technological World with Andy Crouch & Jonathan Haidt We were made for relationship — to be seen, loved, known, and committed to others. And yet we increasingly find ourselves, in the words of our guest, sociologist Jonathan Haidt, whose recent Atlantic article has ignited a national
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Online Conversation | Work, Justice, & Common Good with Henry Kaestner & Dave Blanchard In a time of growing civic fracture, how can we understand and steward the gifts and resources we have been given to serve God and others? While work occupies most of our waking hours, it can often feel excluded from our understanding
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Online Conversation | Science, Faith, & the Pursuit of Truth with Elaine Howard Ecklund and Ted Davis What does it mean to pursue truth — and how do we know what we know? Science and religion have often been assumed to offer either contradictory or unrelated forms of knowledge, with any intersection between them presumed to
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Online Conversation | Reading as Regeneration with Jessica Hooten Wilson and Claude Atcho The act of reading is fundamental to our understanding of the world and its Creator (the Word made flesh), and numerous studies have shown immersive reading to be an inherently creative and generative endeavor, enabling the reader to imagine more broadly, empathize more deeply, and occupy
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