Issue 22: Both/And

Issue 22: Both/And

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Matthew Aughtry learns what it means to faithfully walk into two specific, lifelong callings

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With his heart for the stories of others and the story of Scripture, Mark Fields seeks to break down barriers and cultivate the connections that exist among all of us

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As she leans into her own identities as a psychologist, a Christian, and a Black woman, Christin Fort serves communities at the overlapping intersections of faith, research, and identity

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After living life her way for 40 years, Ines Franklin found Christ—and a calling that had been there all along

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Brad Strawn, Fuller’s chief of spiritual formation and integration, introduces this issue’s theme of “both/and,” which resists the polarizing “either/or” mentality of today and seeks to find a better way.

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Brad Strawn, Fuller’s chief of spiritual formation and integration, explains how developing our capacity for ambivalence and ambiguity can help us resist unnecessary and harmful polarization.

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Alexis Abernethy, Fuller’s chief academic officer, considers how the redemptive work of Christ—which we are meant to be part of—involves both accountability and grace.

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Euiwan Cho, associate professor of Christian spirituality and ministry, explores the gifts and weaknesses of collectivist and individualist communities—as well as how each can learn from one another.

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Edgar “Trey” Clark, assistant professor of preaching, reflects on the preacher’s call to be both prophetic and pastoral.

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W. David O. Taylor, associate professor of theology and culture, lists ten beatitudes to help us posture ourselves with hope and charity while navigating social media platforms.

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Michaela O’Donnell, executive director of Fuller’s De Pree Center, considers the balance of work and Sabbath in the kingdom of God.

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Warren S. Brown, professor of psychology, explains the ways humans are both physical and mental beings—depending on our chosen descriptive contexts and methods of observation.

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Amy Drennan, executive director of vocation formation, encourages us to embrace holy disruptions and mysteries—emphasizing the importance of both conviction and uncertainty in our faith journeys.

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Soong-Chan Rah, Robert Boyd Munger Professor of Evangelism, looks to the pursuit of truth—rather than the focus of possessing truth—as the way forward for Christians and the church.

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