Trinity Forum Conversations is a podcast exploring the big questions in life by looking to the best of the Christian intellectual tradition and elevating the voices, both ancient and modern, who grapple with these questions and direct our hearts to the Author of the answers. We invite you to join us in one of the great joys of life: a conversation among friends on the things that matter most.
Reading for a More Tranquil Mind
Alan Jacobs joins Cherie Harder to discuss how reading old books can increase your "personal density" and lead to a more tranquil mind.
Reading and the Common Good
Join us this season as we hear from guests who explain the value of reading in community, reading alone, reading old books, reading new books, and, above all, how reading serves as an antidote to the many problems of our time.
Neurobiology and the Soul with Curt Thompson and Jeffrey Dudiak
Curt Thompson and Jeff Dudiak discuss the convergence of what brain research and spiritual practices reveal about the formation and development of our mind, heart, and soul.
Science, Faith, and the Pursuit of Truth
Elaine Howard Ecklund and Ted Davis discuss how science and faith intersect in constructive, even beautiful ways as we pursue truth.
Theologian and philosopher Richard Mouw and scientist, engineer, and inventor Rosalind Picard explore the interconnection of AI, transhumanism, and human flourishing.
Faith in an Empirical World
Dr. Tremper Longman, professor of biblical studies, and Ard Louis, professor of theoretical physics, discuss how we can cultivate faithful epistemology in a culture marked by conflict and confusion.
Great content, and good length per episode
I’ve really appreciated the Lenten series - short enough to fit in a busy day, and power-packed with insights from respected thinkers. Thank you.
Thoughtful, insightful, fresh…
This delightful podcast offers “bite-sized” chunks of spiritually relevant and creative perspectives on current issues, and encourages the listener to engage with purpose and intentionality.
An Exceptional Resource
The Trinity Forum continually provides thoughtful and significant podcasts on relevant issues with stellar presenters in a welcoming context of inquiry and belief. They are not only some of the best organized and presented podcasts, but they are also some of the most edifying and enjoyable ones as well. I have never been disappointed in either the breadth or the depth of the discussions. They are an outstanding example of engaging faith and culture with both grace and truth. I endorse them without reservation.