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CONVERSATION WITH TIM KELLER, DEREK THOMPSON, AND ALISSA WILKINSON

CONVERSATION
WITH

TIM KELLER,
DEREK
THOMPSON,
AND ALISSA
WILKINSON

How do we infuse a sense of the transcendent into our day to day life? In this video resource from the CFW Conference Tim Keller, Derek Thompson (The Atlantic) and Alissa Wilkinson (Vox) explore how social media and mainstream news have contributed to disenchantment in our culture. David Kim leads the conversation for where redemption can be found going forward.

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Beware of Normal: A Designing Your Life Reflection

Beware
of
Normal:

A Designing
Your
Life Reflection

By Stephanie Nikolopoulos “I get paid to read all day,” I say, dreamily, whenever anyone asks about my job as an editor. I consider myself one of the lucky ones. I have what’s considered a glamour job. For more than fifteen years now I have worked in the book publishing industry—the type of coveted job heroines in films desire. But this also means fifteen ye...

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New Chamber Ballet Featuring CFW Commissioned Work

New Chamber
Ballet

Featuring
CFW
Commissioned
Work

New Chamber Ballet concludes its 2016/17 season with a program of five ballets by Miro Magloire including two world premieres, with live music on violin and piano, on Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11 at 8pm, at City Center's Studio 5, 130 West 56th Street, 5th floor, New York, NY 10019. Members of the CFW community can use the code CFW22 when purchasing tickets for a $7 discoun...

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CFW Artists-in-Residence Explore "The Unfinished Work"

CFW
Artists-
in-Residence

Explore
"The
Unfinished Work"

The Center for Faith & Work is pleased to announce our Spring 2017 Artists-In-Residence: visual artist Jerry Dienes and performance artist Lea Fulton. The two artists were chosen from invited proposals that explored the idea of “The Unfinished Work”, partially inspired by Lincoln’s use of the phrase in his Gettysburg Address.  Each resident artist is now ...

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Alissa Wilkinson and David H. Kim: Enchantment in Pop Culture

Alissa Wilkinson
and
David H. Kim:

Enchantment in
Pop Culture

Even within a seemingly “dis-enchanted” world, we clearly see a deep yearning for the transcendent. Cultural forms and movements all bear different expressions of that yearning, but one notably potent place it exists is in our popular narratives. In this video resource from the CFW Conference, author Alissa Wilkinson explains how “filmmakers and TV creators and paint...

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NIGEL CAMERON: TECHNOLOGICAL HUMANISM

Nigel
Cameron:

Technological
Humanism

While we humans have devised and employed technology for thousands of years, the ever-faster digital revolution has transfixed our attention and raised fundamental questions about what lies ahead for our species. Can we hope to maintain a "human" frame of reference for the future? Against the blandishments of "transhumanists" with their naive narrative of the su...

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