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.
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I really appreciate the Trinity Forum podcasts - often, they bring in speakers who are asking questions and sharing thoughts that are just on the tip of my tongue. It’s such a valuable resource to try and think Christianly about our current moment. Highly recommend!
I have really enjoyed listening to the series called Reading and the Common Good. I recommend this podcast very much and also recommend the online video conversations that the podcast episodes are taken from. I think the Trinity Forum helps me and encourages me.
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.
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.
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 witho... more
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Trinity Forum Conversations launched 3 years ago and published 67 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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