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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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Evening Conversation with Robert George & Cornel West On December 9th, the Trinity Forum, Montgomery Bell Academy, and St. Paul Christian Academy hosted an Evening Conversation with Professors, Scholars, and Friends Robert George and Cornel West on the importance of building friendships across ideological lines. WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for a free one month trial
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Evening Conversation with Keith & Kristyn Getty On November 19th, the Trinity Forum, Regent College, and Reformed Theological Seminary hosted an Evening Conversation with modern hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty. They discussed "Beauty, Music, and Spiritual Formation" as the second in our series on Art, Faith, and Formation in which we aim to discuss
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Evening Conversation with James K.A. Smith On October 7th 2019 the Trinity Forum and the Council on Educational Standards and Accountability hosted an Evening Conversation with author and philosopher James K.A. Smith and Washington Post Columnist Elizabeth Bruenig. Their personal and meaningful reflections on the relevance of Saint Augustine made for an unforgettable conversation and
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Evening Conversation with Dana Gioia With Regent College and Reformed Theological Seminary, the Trinity Forum hosted an Evening Conversation on “Poetry, Imagination, and Spiritual Formation” with renowned poet and author Dana Gioia. This Evening Conversation was the first in a three-part series on “Art, Faith, and Formation.” This series will be held over the next
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Evening Conversation with David Brooks With Baylor University in Washington, we hosted an Evening Conversation on “The Second Mountain,” with New York Times columnist and author David Brooks. Brooks offers the fascinating argument that we are, paradoxically, most fulfilled, and even most ourselves, in the context of commitment to community, family, vocation, and faith. The
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Evening Conversation with Tim Carney and Anne Snyder The Trinity Forum and the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy's American Project hosted an Evening Conversation with author Tim Carney on the themes of his book, "Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While Others Collapse," with a response from Anne Snyder. WHAT WE'RE READING Sign-up for
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Unified: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided Country. Tonight, the Trinity Forum and Pepperdine University School of Public Policy are delighted to host an Evening Conversation with Senator Tim Scott and Congressman Trey Gowdy at the National Press Club to discuss the themes of their new book "Unified: How Our Unlikely
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The Lonely American: Rootedness and Reconciliation in a Riven Land In this Evening Conversation on "The Lonely American: Rootedness and Reconciliation in a Riven Land" with Senator Ben Sasse and Russell Moore in Washington, DC we discussed the growing problem of loneliness in the country — the ways in which our alienation from each other
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Last Call for Liberty We hosted an Evening Conversation with Trinity Forum founder Os Guinness on themes from his book "Last Call for Liberty." During this Evening Conversation, Guinness discussed the means of recovering faithful citizenship at a time when polarization and incivility threaten to tear America apart. Guinness argued that our deep divisions stem
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