FULLER curated

Gary Haugen New Years Eve lecture

Leading Without Fear | Gary Haugen

Gary Haugen, founder and CEO of International Justice Mission, reflects on Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous dream, considers the ways fear can hinder leadership, and shares how to be courageous leaders.

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Dana-FULLER-curated

Culture Care and Poetry | Dana Gioia and Mako Fujimura

Dana Gioia, the poet laureate of California, discusses his time as director of the National Endowment for the Arts, recites poetry, and considers culture care and poetry.

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Rowan FULLER curated

Rights, Recognition, and the Body of Christ | Rowan Williams

The Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, lectures on the intersection of political discourse and theology and the role of the church to establish human personhood.

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Rowan FULLER curated

Human Rights and Human Identity | Rowan Williams

The Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, lectures on the complex—and often fraught—overlap between the political language of “human rights” and a theology of human personhood.

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Christena Cleveland

The Practice of Singleness | Christena Cleveland

Christena Cleveland reflects on the freedom of singleness, kinship, and the unique gifts single people can give to the church and society.

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Christena Cleveland

Singleness in American Culture and Church | Christena Cleveland

Christena Cleveland, associate professor of the practice of organizational studies at Duke University’s Divinity School, develops a theological affirmation of singleness in the American church.

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Young People Illustration by Denise Klitsie (FULLER curated)

Voices on Young People | Various Voices

Fuller faculty from the schools psychology, theology, and intercultural studies offer their reflections on emerging adulthood, thriving, and the gift of children.

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Avril Speaks and Kutter Callaway

TV and Theology | Avril Speaks and Kutter Callaway

Filmmaker and Fuller alum Avril Speaks and Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, explore race, theology, and the Netflix Marvel series Luke Cage.

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Ivan Penn at the Culture Care Conference

Culture Care and Journalistic Integrity | Ivan Penn

Ivan Penn, alternative energy reporter for the New York Times, reflects on justice, truth-telling and ethics, and the risks he has faced standing against a culture of greed and power in a public forum.

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Reclaiming Personhood in a Personalized World | Andy Crouch

Andy Crouch, author and Fuller trustee, lectures on the intersection of culture care and the Shema, reflecting on the biblical vision of the complex interconnected reality of personhood and culture.

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Bethany Fox interview

Disabled and Healthy | Bethany Fox and Shane Clifton

Bethany McKinney Fox, adjunct professor of Christian ethics, interviews Shane Clifton, a theology professor with quadriplegia, in a wide-ranging discussion about health and healing.

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Christ at the Checkpoint with Alex Awad and Mark Labberton

Christ at the Checkpoint | Alex Awad and Mark Labberton

Alex Awad, pastor and dean of students at Bethlehem Bible College, lectures on biblical resources for justice and reasons why Christians should be committed to peacemaking in the Middle East.

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Alec Hill

Spiritual Reflections of a Cancer Survivor | Alec Hill

Alec Hill, president emeritus of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, reflects on how a cancer diagnosis has impacted his relationship with God and changed the ways he reads scripture.

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Cameron Lee at the Integration Symposium Lectures

Compassion and Sabbath as Clinical Virtues | Cameron Lee

Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, lectures on on compassion’s power to help therapists connect with clients and Sabbath rest as “a function of therapeutic restoration”

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Cameron Lee at the Integration Symposium Lectures

Hope and Humility as Clinical Virtues | Cameron Lee

Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, lectures on developing imaginations shaped by Christian virtues of hope beyond suffering and an openness toward change.

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Cameron Lee at the Integration Symposium Lectures

Vocation, Vision, and Story: Living Into Shalom | Cameron Lee

Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, lectures on the complexities of integrating psychology and theology, the narratives that shape our choices, and shalom.

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Love Sechrest at the Missiology Lectures

Waking Up on the Wrong Side of Empire | Love Sechrest

Love Sechrest, associate professor of New Testament, lectures on structural racism and lessons within Romans and Revelations for resisting empire.

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Russell Jeung

Finding Jesus Among Refugees and the Undocumented | Russell Jeung

Russell Jeung, professor of Asian American studies at San Francisco State University, shares stories from his own family history to develop a lived theology of exile.

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Estrelda Alexander, MLK Lectures

Making His Dream Our Dream | Estrelda Alexander

Estrelda Alexander, president of William Seymour College, lectures on the meaning of Martin Luther King’s life and examines how much of his dream has come true—and how much has still been deferred.

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Andrew Draper

The End of “Mission”: Christian Witness and the Decentering of Whiteness | Andrew T. Draper

Andrew T. Draper, assistant professor of theology and director of the Honors Guild at Taylor University, explores the repentance necessary to de-center “whiteness”

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Pressing Past Racialization in the De-Colonial Missionary Context | Jonathan Tran

Jonathan Tran, associate professor of theology and ethics at Baylor University, discusses racism and the Asian American experience.

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