This is a strange, tumultuous political moment. With columnists David Brooks and E.J. Dionne, we step back from the immediate political gamesmanship. We take public theology as a lens on the challenge and promise we will all be living as citizens, whoever our next president might be. This public conversation was convened by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Graham Chapel at Washington University in St. Louis, the day before the second presidential debate on that campus.
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We're called to create a better world, but what about the task of creating our own lives? A new podcast, hosted by Lily Percy, exporing questions about running as spiritual practice, humor as a tool for survival, and movies as church.
An inquiry into the mystery and art of living. Krista Tippett engages wise lives of our day — from Brené Brown and Maria Popova to Elie Wiesel and Seth Godin.
Taking up the big questions of meaning with scientists and theologians, artists and teachers — some you know and others you'll love to meet.
The Civil Conversations Project (CCP) is an emergent resource for renewing public discourse and nourishing common life in this century. CCP is a series of radio shows, podcasts, live events, and digital resources that open, inspire, and ground new spaces for conversation and relationship across the differences of our age.
Find out more about Krista's New York Times best-selling book, Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living.