Join Leadership Foundations for a 5 week series of conversations with thought leaders and local practitioners around what we can do to heal our fractured world.
An Online Dialogue on Faith and the Faithful in the 2020 Election: What Happened? Why? What Now?
A week after the United States’ election day, this online Georgetown dialogue will bring together respected reporters and experts on faith and politics to examine how religious values, voters, and communities shaped the debate and affected the outcome of the presidential election. They will also look back at what issues, strategies, and tactics were used by the Trump and Biden campaigns and how effective they were.
Preserving Democracy Amidst Deep Division
The Trinity Forum in partnership with Montgomery Bell Academy and St. Paul Christian Academy are pleased to present Preserving Democracy Amidst Deep Difference, a virtual event with Robert P. George and Cornel West on Monday, October 26th at 8:00 p.m. ET.
For Love of Neighbor: Politics for the Common Good
Hosted in partnership with Q Ideas, this virtual premiere will feature an exclusive screening of the film, followed by a discussion with Katelyn Beaty, Arthur Brooks, and Justin Giboney.
Healing A Fractured World: A Series of Leadership Foundations Town Halls
Join us as we come together at the intersection of thought leadership and praxis.The world can seem out of control as we try to manage a worldwide pandemic, make progress on racial injustice, and repair the deep polarization that exists across the globe. In this 5 part series, we will explore a range of topics as we attempt to reimagine community together in light of the current crises. In short, and to borrow a phrase from Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, how to heal a fractured world.
The Church, the State, and the Pandemic
Please join the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute as we explore these questions with three leading commentators.
Christianity & the Case for Democracy
The Trinity Forum will partner with Duke Divinity School on Friday, October 16th for an Online Conversation with Luke Bretherton, Deondra Rose, and Anne Snyder Brooks discussing Bretherton’s recent work, ‘Christ and the Common Life: Political Theology and the Case for Democracy.’
Breaking Bread with the Dead, with Alan Jacobs
We hope you will join us for this conversation considering the virtues of interrogating the writings of the wise and pursuing a tranquil mind through reading.
Ideas that Matter: The Black Experience in Biblical Interpretation
How does our cultural lens impact the way we read scripture? What can the contemporary church learn from Bible interpretation within Black communities?
Faith and Politics: Justice, Mercy, and the State
Questions of justice should matter deeply to all people of faith. But what is the relationship between divine law and human laws, and what role, if any, does the state have in these questions