No one else provides an opportunity for working reporters to gather and listen to the experts. The talks were informative and the debates were lively; all in all, an invaluable experience.
I know of no conference for journalists of any kind that opens minds and expands perspectives more effectively than the Faith Angle Forum.
Anyone who cares about U.S. politics, voters, or the spiritual aspirations and attitudes of Americans—and I care about all three—will find the Faith Angle Forum an invaluable resource.
The Faith Angle Forum is where the best of religious reporting and scholarship meet to address the pressing issues of the day. I wasn’t simply wowed by its star power—I was inspired by the depth and clarity with which difficult questions were addressed. By far the best event I’ve ever been to.
Faith Angle Forum allows a rare space for honest, authentic intellectual discourse, agreement and disagreement over topical issues anchored around the language of faith and ethics. I wish more of this existed across America.
These conferences are consistently the most provocative, relevant and intellectually instructive events I’ve attended in my quarter century as a journalist.
Faith Angle Forum is a Chautauqua-like venue for journalists to discuss religion and its role in public affairs, with the depth, breadth, and rigor the subject deserves. If you think religion is too often spoken of by journalists in caricatured, debased, or dismissive terms, FAF is for you.
If there’s any institution I’ve seen that has had a huge leverage point in American culture, it’s the Faith Angle Forum.