In the course of any academic year, unexpected events and discussions are guaranteed to arise, both on and off campus. Trinity Symposia were designed to flexibly address timely issues within the context of the HCTU’s perennial lineup. These gatherings, covering issues related to the theological and intellectual life of the TEDS community, manifest in diverse formats, ranging from lectures to colloquia to luncheons. Trinity Symposia, while occasional in nature, contribute to the Center’s mission by bringing together students, staff and faculty for mutual exchange of wisdom.
AI, Spirituality, and Human Flourishing
Rosalind W. Picard
Symposium on the Intermediate State
J. Richard Middleton, and more
Jonathan Edwards on Creation
Humans Consist of Two Parts: Body and Soul
Cotton Mather and Jonathan Edwards on Natural Philosophy and Noah's Flood
The End of Protestantism: Telos or Terminus?
Peter Leithart, and more
History, Science, Poetry, or What? Understanding the Genre(s) of Genesis 1 – 3
Tremper Longman, and more
Whatever Happened to Israel's Promised Kingdom?
Richard Pratt, and more
Lost in Policy? The Person Beyond Public and Social Utility
The Church and Reconciliation: State of the Issue
Peter Cha, and more
Christ and Calling: A Survey of Bonhoeffer’s Social Ethics
A Match Made in Heaven: Why Theology and Economics Need Each Other
Jordan Ballor, and more
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Jihad Against the Coptic Church
Being Responsible: The Church, Human Energies, and Global Poverty
Downward Mobility and Trickle-Up Economics: A Trinitarian Reflection on Money and Power
Paul Louis Metzger