Trinity Institute Conference

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January 28, 2010

In summary of the discussions, panels and lectures presented during the Trinity Institute's conference on building an ethical economy, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams identified four repeated themes in his closing remarks: language, education, definition of self and trust.

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January 28, 2010

Theology's contribution to economic decision-making goes beyond simply raising the question of "common good"; it also offers a framework into what is being assumed – human motivations -- promoted through economic practices, said Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams during a Jan. 28 lecture...

June 19, 2007

The exploration of the deeply rooted union of religion and violence, and the resources within various faith traditions to live together in peace without losing the uniqueness of their faith, will be the focus of Trinity Institute's 2008 conference.

"Religion and Violence: Untangling the...

January 23, 2007

The 37th Trinity Institute National Theological Conference concluded January 24 with presentations by Jürgen Moltmann and Peter Gomes on the conference theme of "God's Unfinished Future: Why it Matters Now."

The Institute is offered by Trinity Church and St. Paul's Chapel in New York...

January 22, 2007

Author and Boston Globe columnist James Carroll told the congregation gathered for the January 22 opening Eucharist of Trinity Institute's 37th national theological conference that "the human presence is by definition unfinished because we know what we remember and we know what we want."

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January 22, 2007

Christians need to address apocalyptic questions because there is a sense of an end right now in our culture, the Rev. Barbara R. Rossing, Th.D., told Trinity Institute's 37th national theological conference on January 23.

Rossing, professor of New Testament at the Lutheran School of...

June 30, 2006

HERE COMES EVERYBODY!: Christian Communities that Work, an online telecast that explores the increasing interest in building inclusive and progressive faith-based communities with a commitment to mission, is available for on-demand viewing and on DVD.

The telecast from New York’s...

February 2, 2006

The search for reconciliation will fall short of the mark if it is not undertaken from within "the sensation of sheer luck and spaciousness," author-theologian James Alison told those gathered for the morning session at Trinity Institute on January 31.

"Faced with...

February 2, 2006

Forgiveness and reconciliation pave the "hard path" that Jesus calls Christians to follow, Yale Divinity School's Miroslav Volf told the audience on the concluding day of "The Anatomy of Reconciliation--from violence to healing," a conference sponsored by Trinity Institute.

Volf, a...

February 2, 2006

Bishop Michael Bruce Curry of North Carolina opened Trinity Institute's national conference with a stirring call to reconciliation as the mission of the church.

Curry, the first African-American bishop to serve as the head of an Episcopal diocese in the south,...

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