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After traumatic violence, Fuller staff and students host a candlelight vigil for the surrounding Pasadena community
Reflections and resources on loss, lament, and seeking Christ’s face in the midst of our pain
Voices from Fuller reflect on what it means to love our neighbor as ourselves through interfaith engagement
Fuller Seminary's Director of Alumni Relations Bert Jacklitch shares her cardamom cinnamon rolls recipe
See artwork from Issue 1 of FULLER Magazine
Are science and faith mutually exclusive? Theologians, scientists, and others weigh in
“We, as followers of Jesus Christ, are often called strangers, pilgrims, people on the move.”
An interview with Pixar’s Pete Docter, voices from the Brehm Center, and more on faith and film
A pastor and a global community bring a wheelchair to Gaza for someone in need
Vocation doesn’t just mean the pursuit of ordained ministry; it refers to God’s desire for all of our lives.
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In giving God thanks, you renew the hope you need for the days that are yet to come
This author and professor weighs in on the evolution-creationist debate and its consequences
“I often feel more accepted by my non-Christian colleagues in the lab than by my fellow church members"
To use the words of Einstein, “science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.”
An Orthodox believer played the Arab violin; a Lebanese, the qannun (zither); an Egyptian Muslim, the ‘ud (lute)
What changes occur in parishioners on a spiritual, emotional, cognitive, and physiological level in response to worship?
What you do to make money (career) may not be what you are called by God to do in life (vocation).
Stories she heard challenge Dufault-Hunter to reassess her understanding of China, of church