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Each year, Advent invites us to enter into the joy of the season through rhythms of remembrance and renewal. But often, our very familiarity with the Advent story can leave us dulled to the miracle and joy of the season. In her new Advent collection Heaven and Nature Sing, author Hannah Anderson invites readers into a
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We live in an age of speed and overwhelm, where we often feel we are constantly expected to do more, move faster, work harder, brush past boundaries and limits, and shave margins. When we inevitably fail to meet all demands, we are left feeling not only exhausted and discouraged, but often disoriented and diminished. But
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In an age where overt narcissism and oversized egos are often celebrated as a sign of decisive leadership, humility may seem a lost virtue, or a form of moral condolence for the less successful. But in his new work, Learning Humility, Richard Foster argues that learning humility is more needed than ever, and is “the
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Evening Conversation | Beauty, Trauma, & the Healing Power of Presence with Curt Thompson The Russian novelist Dostoyevsky famously asserted that beauty will save the world. But can it save the one in which we actually live? Perhaps surprisingly, both the biblical narrative and the world of neuroscience would suggest that it can — and
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What does it mean to love our country? Is there a difference between patriotism and Christian nationalism? How should Christians navigate the tensions between allegiance to the kingdom of God and their nation, and avoid the dangers of both idolatry and disengagement? On November 4th, The Trinity Forum held an Online Conversation with theologian and
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Evening Conversation | Can Our Culture be Remade with David Bailey and Andy Crouch At a time when the forces of atomization seem irresistible, many are questioning: is redemptive, unifying social change even possible anymore? What prospects are there for renewing the creative collaborations that make community possible? How might we approach remaking the connective
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Online Conversation | Trust, Truth, and the Knowledge Crisis with Bonnie Kristian The question “How do I know what’s true?” comes up with increasing frequency and urgency in our time of angry polarization, deliberately-stoked outrage, and earned distrust. There is money to be made and a growing market for the kind of misinformation that reinforces
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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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