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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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Reforming Public Theology In this Evening Conversation on "Reforming Public Theology," philosopher James K.A. Smith and respondent Michael Wear discuss the themes from Smith's latest book "Awaiting the King: Reforming Public Theology." WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial of our daily email. First Last Email CAPTCHA
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Has Liberalism Failed? On Monday, May 7, 2018, the Trinity Forum and Pepperdine University School of Public Policy hosted an Evening Conversation with New York Times columnist David Brooks and scholar Patrick Deneen at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. There was a thought-provoking discussion surrounding the themes of Deneen's newly-released book, Why Liberalism Failed. At a
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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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Civility in the Public Square: Cultivating Community Amidst Deep Divisions During this Evening Conversation on "Civility in the Public Square: Cultivating Community Amidst Deep Divisions," Michael Wear, the author of "Reclaiming Hope" shares how to build bridges across the lines that divide us in politics, business, and in our local communities. Responding to Wear is
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Faith and Holistic Poverty Alleviation The Trinity Forum partnered with Montgomery Bell Academy and St. Paul Christian Academy to host HOPE International CEO Peter Greer to speak on “Faith and Holistic Poverty Alleviation” at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville. WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial of our daily email. First Last
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A Symposium: The Future of Christian Higher Education In this special Symposium in partnership with Gordon College, panelists Shirley Hoogstra, Michael Lindsay, and Pete Wehner discuss the unique nature and value of a Christian liberal arts education in intellectual and spiritual formation, challenges to the liberal arts in general and a faith-based liberal arts approach
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To Love Our Neighbor: Faith and Flourishing in a World of Need. This Evening Conversation features World Vision President Richard Stearns and Hope International CEO Peter Greer as co-keynoters and discussants on "To Love Our Neighbor: Faith and Flourishing in a World of Need." This event is part of the Trinity Forum series on "Faith
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