+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Ray Briggs, associate professor of music and assistant director of jazz studies at California State University, Long Beach, responds to Megan Meyers’ lecture
Judith Lingenfelter, professor emerita at Biola University and Sherwood Lingenfelter, senior professor of anthropology at Fuller Seminary, respond to Ruth Marie Stone's lecture
Kirsteen Kim, professor of theology and world Christianity, responds to Michelle Voss Roberts, professor of theology at Emmanuel College, and hip hop artist Demi McCoy
Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, responds to Ruth Illman's lecture "Art as Dialogue: Exploring Sonically Aware Spaces for Interreligious Encounters."
Diane Obenchain, director of Fuller's China Initiative and professor of religion, responds to Joyce Lee's lecture "Wild Wild China: Contemporary Art and Neocolonialism."
Makoto Fujimura, the director of the Culture Care Initiative at the Brehm Center, responds to Sooi Ling Tan's lecture "Sounds of Our Lands: Performing Arts in Southeast Asia."
Scott Sunquist, dean of the School of Intercultural Studies, responds to James Krabill's lecture "Arts and Mission: A Complex Story of Cultural Encounter."
Los eruditos e invitados discuten la teología y la experiencia Latinx en conferencias en español organizadas por el Centro Latino
Psychology professors Alvin Dueck and Buxin Han explore the complex relationship between Confucian wisdom and Western psychology
Sebastian Kim, Executive Director of the Korean Studies Center and professor of theology and public life, reflects on the ministry of reconciliation, public theology, and the Korean Peninsula.
Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, and Fuller faculty reflect on theology, ethics, and the language of human rights
Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, and scholars from the Fuller community have an extended conversation on theology, politics, and more
Members of the Fuller community reflect on persecution from their own contexts as part of "Consolation for the Suffering," a music/narrative event examining persecution in the global church
Martin Accad, affiliate associate professor of Islamic Studies, develops a biblical theology of peacebuilding for the complex religious worlds of the Middle East
Camille Wooden, senior pastor of Abundant Life Covenant Bible Church, and Len Tang, director of Fuller’s Church Planting Program, reflect on committing to neighbors and challenges of church planting
Love Sechrest and J. Kameron Carter have a conversation on race, discussing the language of possession, racial capitalism, and more
MDiv alum Jer Swigart explores the limits of peace and the possibilities of a gospel-centered view of shalom
Korean Studies Center Director Sebastian Kim discusses the tension between peacebuilding and justice-seeking through a Korean lens
The Rt. Rev. Dr. D. Zac Niringiye, a theologian and activist, explores the gospel, justice, and taking faithful risks for marginalized people in global contexts