John A. Sims shares about Fuller Seminary’s second president, Edward John Carnell, his belief in reforming Evangelicalism, and his influence on shaping the seminary’s character.
David Allan Hubbard takes a deep dive into Fuller’s history of becoming a leading institution in a new evangelical movement—with its commitment to ecumenism and to the church at large.
David Allan Hubbard surveys the history of Fuller Theological Seminary and reflects on the school’s formative figures and its key values.
In this session of the 2021 Missiology Lectures, “Healing in the History of Christianity,” Kimberly Alexander gives an overview of the theology and ministry practices associated with healing in the long history of the Christianity.
At Fuller’s 2021 Missiology Lectures, practitioners and scholars from around the world explore the church’s role in forming healthy individuals, families, and communities across the globe and throughout history.
In this season’s final episode of Centering, the Asian American Christian podcast, Daniel and Alexander talk about the future of race in America: Where will conversations around race go? What will be the issues that continue to arise around race, power, and inequity? And how can the Christian church bear faithful witness amidst it all? Listen now on Soundcloud Or search “Centering Asian American Christian” on your favorite podcast app or directory. Centering is… Read more »
This week on our podcast, Dr. Daniel D. Lee and Dr. Alexander Jun speak about Critical Race Theory and the academy: how is history told, whose voices are included, and what does a “Christian” history mean? Listen now on Soundcloud, or search for “Centering Asian American Christian” on your favorite podcast app or directory. Centering is produced by Jason Chu, edited by Alexander Catedral, with music by Mark Redito
What IS cancel culture, and how does – and doesn’t – it fit into a Christian imagination of justice? On today’s episode of Centering, Daniel and Alex speak about the roles of accountability, forgiveness, and power in the current conversation around “cancel culture”. Listen now on Soundcloud Or search for “Centering Asian American Christian” on your favorite podcast app or directory. Centering is produced by Jason Chu, edited by Alexander Catedral, with… Read more »
In this episode, Dr. Daniel D. Lee and Dr. Alexander Jun speak on intersectionality, identity, and the Image of God: What is intersectionality? Why are social identities important to God, and to us? And how do we avoid idolizing social identity? Listen now on Soundcloud, or search for “Centering Asian American Christian” on your favorite podcast app or directory. Centering is produced by Jason Chu, edited by Alexander Catedral, with music… Read more »
Is social justice a different gospel, a distraction from the gospel, or the Gospel itself? This week on Centering, Dr. Daniel D. Lee and Dr. Alex Jun talk about the various manifestations of justice and their relationship to the Christian Gospel. Centering is produced by Jason Chu, engineered by Alexander Catedral, with music by Mark Redito
This week on Centering, the Asian American Christian podcast, Dr. Daniel D Lee and Dr. Alexander Jun talk about sin, supremacy, and salvation. In the face of systems that harm and hurt God’s creation, how can Asian American Christians receive and share in a holistic salvation? Centering is produced by Jason Chu, engineered by Alexander Catedral, with music by Mark Redito
Welcome back to Centering! This season is a series of conversations on “Race and Grace” between Dr. Daniel D. Lee and Dr. Alex Jun. We kick off this season with a conversation about Critical Race Theory: what is it, why does it make so many people so angry, and what do Asian American Christians need to know about it? Centering is produced by Jason Chu, edited by Alexander Catedral, with music by Mark Redito
As American society undergoes historic shifts of public identity and conversation, Evangelicalism is changing along with it. Is there space in contemporary Evangelicalism for Asian Americans? Professor Daniel D. Lee joins Tim and Jane for this season’s final episode to discuss the varied and complicated future of Asian American Christianity and its relationship with evangelicalism
In 1996, Helen Lee called the trend of 2nd-generation Korean Americans leaving their ethnic churches a “silent exodus”. This week, she joins us to discuss how many Asian Americans and their ethnic churches continue to wrestle with cultural, theological, and social tensions. (Ed. note: This podcast was prerecorded on 1/8/21)
In 1893, a group of White Americans forcibly overthrew the Kingdom of Hawaii. Today, the Hawaii Independence movement continues to resist US colonial occupation. Leon Siu, Minister of Foreign Affairs for Ke Aupuni O Hawaii (the Hawaiian Kingdom) and Director of Christian Voice of Hawaii joins Centering to speak on faith and freedom in Hawaii.
South Asian Americans have a storied history of Christian faith. The Apostle Thomas brought the gospel to the southwestern coast of India in AD 52, and the Mar Thoma church continues as a source of faith and tradition for many diasporic Indian communities. This week, Sam George, Catalyst of the Lausanne Movement and Director of Global Diaspora Institute at Wheaton College BGC, joins Jane and Tim to talk about the ongoing experiences of South Asian… Read more »
Since the 90s, Filipino Americans have been the 2nd largest Asian American population – but are often overlooked in the “Asian American” conversation. Asian American scholar Dr. Melissa Borja joins Jane and Tim to speak on the distinctive history and religious life of Filipino Americans.