Issue 2 - Evangelical
Fuller Magazine

Issue 2: Evangelical

There’s more to the story of being evangelical, which is why we chose to focus on it in the theology section of our second issue of Fuller Magazine.

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Tim Alberta

Evangelicalism and Extremism, with Tim Alberta

Tim Alberta takes a deep dive into the contemporary state of American Evangelicalism in a time of extremism.

Caleb Maskell

The Legacy of the Vineyard Movement, with Caleb Maskell

Caleb Maskell discusses the beginnings of Vineyard USA, which is celebrating its 50th year, and the hopeful future ahead.

Jemar Tisby

Race and the Evangelical Church, with Jemar Tisby

Jemar Tisby reflects on Tom Skinner’s impactful speech “Racism and World Evangelism,” delivered at the 1970 Urbana Missions Conference, and considers the ways it resonates with the reality of the American church today.

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Lies the Church Tells About Sex | Lauren Winner

Lauren Winner examines several myths about sex that have been perpetuated in the American church and provides biblically-based responses to such misconceptions.

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The Gospel Must Be Preached | George Eldon Ladd

George Eldon Ladd speaks a message about the church’s mission: to preach the gospel in all the world.

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The Legacy of Edward Carnell | John A. Sims

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.

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An Ecumenical Experiment | David Allan Hubbard

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.

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A Brief History of Fuller Theological Seminary | David Allan Hubbard

David Allan Hubbard surveys the history of Fuller Theological Seminary and reflects on the school’s formative figures and its key values.

Todd Shy

Teaching and Learning, with Todd Shy

Todd Shy discusses the encounter between teachers and students, cultivating a classroom community and culture, and the power of passion in teaching.

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The Evangelical Pursuit of Truth

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.

Anthea Butler

Evangelicalism and Race, with Anthea Butler

Anthea Butler discusses the history of US evangelicalism, looking particularly at the ways oppressive and racist structures have taken hold within and through it.

Bill Pannell

Race and the Evangelical Church, with Bill Pannell

Dr. Bill Pannell reflects on the American church’s engagement with race, the future of theological education, and the transformative power of the gospel.

Chicago Presbyterian Church

Political Dealing: The Crisis of Evangelicalism

Illustration of marching advocates by Denise Louise Klitsie for FULLER magazine

Responding Faithfully to Race and Politics

Labberton and Mouw on post election evangelical at Fuller Seminary

Post-Election Evangelical: A Statement from Mark Labberton and Richard Mouw

"Translation" by Fuller alum Olga Lah

Why Evangelical? Introduction by Guest Editor Oliver D. Crisp


A British Perspective on Evangelicalism


How Evangelicals and Fuller are Shaped by Their Traditions


What Does Fuller Mean by “Evangelical”?



Portrait of Fuller Seminary faculty member Erin Dufault-Hunter

Confessions of a Reluctant Evangelical

James Earl Massey speaking at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena

African Americans and Evangelicalism