J. Alfred Smith calls us to awaken morally and spiritually in order to live actively in the world, drawing on the example of Martin Luther King Jr.
N. T. Wright discusses the importance of practice and discipline in the development of Christian virtues.
Max De Pree reflects on how his Christian faith informs his approach to leadership in business and the marketplace.
Senior Professor of Psychology Siang-Yang Tan, joined by other scholars, explores the integration of the disciplines of counseling and psychotherapy with Spirit-led Christian faith.
Otis Moss III, pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, draws on the words of Martin Luther King Jr. in this sermon on the nation’s current darkness and God’s coming light.
The 2014 Fuller Forum featured keynote speaker N. T. Wright, who presented on how the writings and theology of Paul might shape the church in the 21st century.
In his lecture “What is God’s Future for the World?” delivered at the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar and former bishop of Durham, delved into Pauline eschatology—a vision not of people leaving the world but of God making the world right.
The 2015 Fuller Forum explored the themes of justice, grace, and law and how each shapes our understanding of the church’s relationship with God and the church’s ministry in the world. Joined by Fuller scholars and other guests, renowned Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann, featured as the conference’s keynote speaker.
Teesha Hadra (MDiv ’20), looks at the Psalms and asks how it is possible for us to sing God’s praises and testify to God’s faithfulness in the midst of grief and hardship.
Scot McKnight, professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary, considers Jesus’ parable about the rich man and Lazarus—a story less about a right understanding of death and more about a right way to live.
The 2019 lectures explored how digital technology shapes human interaction, virtue formation, and engagement with the cultural and religious other.