“A Love Stronger than Death” — Liberty University Convocation


Love of enemies, love of the foreigner, love for the poor and powerless, love of sinners—this is the radical, merciful view of love that the canon of Hebrew and Christian scripture presents, as Os points out in his message for the Convocation ceremonies at Liberty University. C.S. Lewis offers a brilliant portrayal of love in “the Four Loves,” though through the lens of the Greeks. The Hebrew tradition offers an even more expansive understanding of love through every ‘season’ of life. The consummate example of such an enduring love is Jesus, who, out of love for sinners, willingly suffered death on a cross and conquered death itself by rising again, to pay for their sins. This gift of love is stronger than even death, promising resurrection and eternal life to anyone who would repent of sin and put their hope in Jesus.

“2026 and the 250th Anniversary of the American Revolution” — Faith & Law


At Faith & Law on Capitol Hill, Os poses the question: are we approaching America’s expiration date or a challenge to renew the great experiment in freedom?

Declinism is in the air in certain circles, and it coincides with the conclusion of some historians that 250 years is roughly the lifespan of great superpowers. How do Christians understand such cyclical views of history, and what are the genuine grounds for confidence in the possibility of renewal.

Christians are not called to be Pollyannas, but what should our realistic position be?

“A Renewal of Hope for One Nation under God” — Refocus

In an interview with Jim Daly of Focus on the Family. Os shares about the moral crossroads in America and challenges listeners to build upon seven foundational stones to preserve freedom and seek repentance, revival, and spiritual renewal. He conveys that the family is the key to freedom.

“Our Civilizational Moment” — Faith & Law


Western civilization is said to be the most powerful civilization the world has ever seen, because of its truly global impact. But two things are now obvious. The West has dominated the world for the past 500 years, and a mounting chorus of voices are now saying the West is in decline. Not only is the Christian faith at the heart of the understanding of this ‘civilizational moment, but the crisis of the West is the wider context in which we need to understand the present challenges within America. Listen to an insightful conversation between Os and audience members at Faith & Law, in Washington, DC.

“Carpe Diem Redeemed: A Biblical View of Time” — Biola University/ Think Biblically

Where does the time go?”, we frequently lament. Time is fixed for all of us, yet historically, there have been many different views of time that have emerged out of the worldview of the day. In this interview with Biola University podcast ‘Think Biblically,’ Os Guinness reflects on contemporary views of time and how a Christian worldview impacts how we view our time.

“America’s Division Stems from Opposing Views of Freedom” – The Federalist


Are the roots of the incivility crisis deeper than we think? Os Guinness, an English author and social critic, joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss America’s historical understanding of freedom and how the choice of freedom will chart our country’s future . His newest book is “Last Call for Liberty: How America’s Genius for Freedom Has Become Its Greatest Threat.”