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The Inner View: Where Knowledge Meets the Life of the Spirit?

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until May 12, 2022

The Inner View: Where Knowledge Meets the Life of the Spirit
March 10th and 17th, April 21st and 28th, May 5th and 12th
7PM on Zoom 

In the inaugural presentation of Trinity’s Kittrell Lecture Series, speaker Krista Tippett shared what she’s learned interviewing her guests, asking all kinds of questions about their journey toward becoming. Trinity’s Adult Education Committee is initiating a similar format in a new Thursday evening Zoom series, “The Inner View.” We’ll ask that our invited guests share stories and raise questions related to their area of expertise. 

Join us on March 10th for a conversation about Georgia Elections with former CNN journalist Richard Griffiths of voting rights attorney Halsey Knapp. And on March 17th, for a program with Brian Kite and Ann Colloton of the Georgia Justice Project.

On April 21st, we’ll be joined by Dr. Brennan Breed of Columbia Seminary, who will help us to understand and to reflect on what our Biblical texts are saying to us today around issues of crime, justice and mercy and what we often think they say. The following week, on April 28th, we’ll hear from local writer and journalist George Chidi as we reflect on inequality and crime in Atlanta and where the religious community might fit into the conversation.  

We’ll conclude The Inner View with two sessions in May that support our forthcoming Adult Church course, “Sunday Funnies.” Madeleine Jubilee Saito will be with us on May 5th for a conversation on comics as poetry, sacred art and worship. On the 12th, we’ll discuss the representation of history in comics with Chris Schweizer.

See you online!

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Date:
May 12
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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ZOOM