We have an extraordinary number of options through which we may seek significance; yet we also have extraordinary challenges to actually finding it. Through email, online avatars, and constant relocation we scatter ourselves around the globe. Our pace of life and the obligations of multiple relationships leave us little room for reflection. We are, quite literally, spread thin across space and time, potentially everywhere and nowhere at once. We thus tend to have, in the words of Gilbert Meilaender, “not an individual identity, but fragments of experience; not the narrative of a life that is in some sense a whole, but a decentered flow of experience.” Join us in an evening discussion with Os Guinness about the many proposed bases for human identity, the contemporary challenges to establishing a coherent one of our own, and the extraordinary Christian claim that though we are made of dust we are nonetheless made for God.