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Online Conversation | Karen Swallow Prior

Jane Austen and the Liturgies of Ordinary Life an Online Conversation with Karen Swallow Prior On Friday, May 7th we will welcome author, historian, and Trinity Forum Senior Fellow, Ron White to discuss the themes in his soon-to-be released work, Lincoln in Private. Lincoln did not have a diary but, he developed the habit of

Online Conversation | Ron White

Lincoln in Private an Online Conversation with Ronald C. White On Friday, May 7th we will welcome author, historian, and Trinity Forum Senior Fellow, Ron White to discuss the themes in his soon-to-be released work, Lincoln in Private. Lincoln did not have a diary but, he developed the habit of writing reflections and ruminations on

Lets Get Creative

Lets Get Creative Cherie Harder Friday, January 8, 2021 It is hard to get the grotesque images from Wednesday’s storming of the Capitol out of one’s mind. The Confederate flag paraded in its halls, Members of Congress huddled under desks as police struggled to contain a stampede, the noose set up on the West Lawn,

And There Was A Great Calm…

And There Was A Great Calm... Richard Miles Wednesday, November 11, 2020 Our extraordinary year has been described as a mashup of the 20th century’s most tumultuous years. Among those, 1918, the year of the pandemic that eventually killed 675,000 Americans, is held up as a mirror and a warning. The devastating influenza appeared as

A New Beginning…

A New Beginning Cherie Harder Wednesday, November 4, 2020 As I write this, polls have only just started to close, and election results are hours (if not days, or even weeks) away. But regardless of the final outcome of this election, in many ways we begin a new season. As Atlantic columnist Joe Pinsker helpfully pointed out

Not an Impossible Task

Not an Impossible Task Cherie Harder Wednesday, September 23, 2020 In times of deepening division and increasingly heated conflict, it can be awkward to remember that Christ’s commandments centered on love — loving God, and the gritty, hard, often seemingly thankless work of loving one’s neighbors (even the obnoxious ones). It is a task well

Hope and Healing Amidst Deep Division

Hope and Healing Amidst Deep Division Cherie Harder Wednesday, August 12, 2020 This year has brought dramatic and unforeseen changes and challenges to virtually every American. Assumptions, plans, and schedules have changed; industries have been upended, schools shuttered, churches closed, much of everyday interactions moved online. But amidst all the churn and change, one trend

Character and Culture

Character and Culture Cherie Harder Wednesday, July 29, 2020 A month after graduating, I moved to DC to start work on Capitol Hill as a junior legislative aide. Over the next several years, I would work for a House Member and three Senators in a variety of capacities. Relatively quickly, I was struck by how the

Take Up and Read

Take Up and Read Cherie Harder Wednesday, July 15, 2020 One of the silver linings of this cloudy year is that the forced isolation and confinement of our once-flitting selves, unwelcome as it has been, has provoked new interest in and efforts at reading. While reading overall has been in steep decline in the country

Virtual Evening Conversation | Robert George & Cornel West

Preserving Democracy Amidst Deep Division with Robert P. George and Cornel West On Friday, July 10th we will welcome 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 his book, Jacobs describes how after the second World War, five Christian intellectuals

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