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September 21, 2016
"Faith and Politics"
E.J. Dionne, Michael Gerson
An evening conversation with E.J. Dionne and Michael Gerson: two Washington Post columnists who write from different “sides of the aisle,” with similar Christian conviction. They share thoughts and insights about the upcoming elections. In particular, what concerns should Christians have before them?

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August 21, 2016
"What Made America Great in the First Place?"
Os Guinness
Author and writer Os Guinness shares fresh insights into the current challenges facing Christians in the West, re-examining the foundational role (usually-neglected by historians) of The Exodus, Sinai and the Covenant God made with his people.  

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August 14, 2016
"Meeting Brothers and Sisters in Syria and Lebanon"
Dr. Nancy Fox
Though the war and refugee crisis in Syria and Lebanon may seem far away, Presbyterian brothers and sisters in those lands are living out their faith and ministry in this challenging time. Parish Associate Nancy Fox reports on her July visit to schools and other ministries of the church in Lebanon that serve Syrian refugees. She also shares stories from Syrian Presbyterian women who attended a church retreat.  

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August 7, 2016
"Islam and the West: Promoting the Dialogue of Civilizations"
Akbar Ahmed
The current state of relations between the West and the Muslim World is a point of vital concern and serious discussion in the public square. Ambassador Ahmed, Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies at American University and former Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK and Ireland, presents the urgent need for interfaith dialogue today, in hopes of fostering bridge-building and understanding of the “other.” NOTE: Professor Ahmed's poem, "What is it That I Seek," which failed to play due to technical problems at the outset of his presentation, has been edited in to this video production of his presentation.

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