Character is Destiny - James Hunter and David Brooks

New York Times columnist David Brooks discusses character formation with James Davison Hunter, LaBrosse-Levinson Distinguished Professor of Religion, Culture, and Social Theory at the University of Virginia and author of The Death of Character: Moral Education in an Age without Good or Evil.

Past Interviews and Articles:

Hunter and New York Times Columnist David Brooks discussed "Character and Public Life" on the Faith Angle Forum's 2016  Conference on Religion, Politics & Public Life. Video and audio recordings of their presentation are available online. Popular tweets by journalists in attendance can be read here

The New Yorker and Washington Post reflected on Hunter's book Culture Wars: The Struggle to Define America and traced ways the battle continues to reappear in 2015 and 2016.

Hunter and James K.A. Smith, professor at Calvin College and author of Desiring the Kingdom, held a Q&A published in The Other Journal on September 20, 2010. View “Neither Triumphalism nor Retreat” here.

Hunter spoke with Christianity Today for their May 2010 issue — read the Q&A online.

Chuck Colson and Andy Crouch reviewed To Change the World in Christianity Today and Hunter’s response to their reviews can also be found online.

Hunter discussed To Change the World on the Mars Hill Audio Journal, Volume 101. An MP3 version of the interview is available for download here.

Hunter presented “To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World” at the Faith Angle Program’s Conference on Religion, Politics & Public Life March 7-9, 2010, in South Beach, Florida. A transcript from the event is available online.