TRINITY FORUM VIDEOS
Evening Conversation with Senator Tim Scott and Congressmen Trey Gowdy

Dec. 11, 2018 | Washington, DC

Trinity Forum and Pepperdine University School of Public Policy hosted 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 Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided Country.”


An Evening Conversation with Senator Ben Sasse and Dr. Russell Moore

Nov. 27, 2018 | Washington, DC

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 is destroying individual lives and the fabric of society — and what can be done about it.


Evening Conversation with Os Guinness

Nov. 2, 2018 | Washington, DC

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 largely from two rival views of freedom, one embodied in the ideas of the American Revolution, and the other in the ideas of the French Revolution — and that our choice of which freedom to follow will determine America’s future course.


Evening Conversation with Karen Swallow Prior

Sept. 28, 2018 | Nashville, TN

The Trinity Forum, Montgomery Bell Academy, and St. Paul Christian Academy hosted an Evening Conversation with literary scholar Dr. Karen Swallow Prior on the themes from her book “On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books.”


Evening Conversation with Francis Fukuyama

Sept 21, 2018 | Washington, DC

The Trinity Forum and Intercollegiate Studies Institute hosted geopolitical scholar and best-selling author Francis Fukuyama and respondent Ryan Streeter on “Identity and Dignity.” They discussed themes from Fukuyama’s book, “Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment,” and explored the ways in which our search for dignity, recognition, and belonging has the potential to both build community and erode democracy.


Evening Conversation with Deborah Haarsma

July 31, 2018 | Washington, DC

This event is the first in a four-part Evening Conversation series on “Discovery and Doxology,” which is made possible through the support of a grant from the Templeton Religion Trust, and with the additional support of partners BioLogos and Renew DC. During our Evening Conversation, astronomer Deborah Haarsma led a fascinating tour of the universe, exploring the spiritual as well as scientific implications of recent discoveries.

Dr. Haarsma is the President of BioLogos, and the author of “Origins: Christian Perspectives on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design.” Previously, she served as professor and chair in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Calvin College, and earned a Ph.D in physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. To learn more about The Trinity Forum, or to watch all of our past Evening Conversations with the World’s premier thinkers and leaders, please visit: www.ttf.org


Evening Conversation with Dr. Francis Collins and James K.A. Smith

July 31, 2018 | Washington, DC

The Trinity Forum, BioLogos, and Church of the Advent hosted a discussion on “Moving Beyond Conflict: Science and Faith in Harmony,” where Director of the National Institutes of Health Francis Collins and philosopher James KA. Smith examined ethical questions of gene-editing, and explored how faith enables us to better understand the implications of humans as bearing the image of the divine. This event was part of our “Discovery and Doxology” series.


Evening Conversation with Dr. Francis Collins and James KA Smith
June 18, 2018
Washington, DC
“Moving Beyond Conflict: Science and Faith in Harmony”

Evening Conversation with Lecrae and Michael Wear
May 15, 2018
Atlanta, GA
“Civility and Courage Amidst Difference and Division”

Evening Conversation with David Brooks and Patrick Deneen
May 7, 2018
Washington, DC
“Has Liberalism Failed?”

A Community Conversation with David Bailey, Cheryl Sanders, and Bill Haley
April 30, 2018
Washington, DC
“Love, Justice, and Suffering: The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.”

Evening Conversation with Michael Wear
April 24, 2018
Indianapolis, IN
“Civility in the Public Square: Cultivating Community Amidst Deep Divisions”

Evening Conversation with Peter Greer
April 4, 2018
Nashville, TN
“To Love Our Neighbor: Faith and Flourishing in a World of Need”

A Symposium with Shirley Hoogstra, Michael Lindsay, and Pete Wehner
March 1, 2018
Washington, DC
“The Future of Christian Higher Education”

Evening Conversation with Rich Stearns and Peter Greer
January 17, 2018
Washington, DC
“To Love Our Neighbor: Faith and Flourishing in a World of Need”

Evening Conversation with James K.A. Smith and Michael Wear
December 4, 2017
Washington, DC
“Reforming Public Theology”

Evening Conversation with David Brooks
November 20, 2017
Nashville, TN
“Character and Leadership in a Divisive Age”

Evening Conversation with Bill Newsome and Tim O’Connor
November 8, 2017
Washington, DC
“Mind, Matter, and our Maker: Neuroscience and Faith”

Evening Conversation with Os Guinness and Joseph Loconte
October 30, 2017
Washington, DC
“Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: The Forgotten Key to American Freedom”

Evening Conversation with Jenny Dyer and Anne Peterson
October 16, 2017
Washington, DC
“Hope, Health, and Peacemaking:The Role of the Faith Community in Advancing Global Health”

Evening Conversation with John Inazu and Eboo Patel
October 10, 2017
Atlanta, GA
“Confident Pluralism in a Turbulent Age”