In his lecture on “Intercultural Evangelism Among Caste Hindus,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Vinod John explains the layered dynamics involved between caste Hinduism and religious conversion.
In his lecture on “Intercultural Evangelism Among Sikhs,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Darren Duerksen talks about the colonial historical context of evangelism among Sikhs and considers a renewed way of engaging with advocacy and love.
In her lecture “Reflections on Fruitful Practices on Christian-Muslim Relations in the Philippines,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lecture, this presenter teaches about the history of Christian-Muslim relations in the Philippines and shares lessons from her experience and work in that interfaith context.
Jose Abraham, associate professor of Islamic studies, reflects on approaches of evangelism among people of other faiths during our postcolonial age.
Susannah Heschel explores historical attitudes regarding Jesus and his Jewish identity in 19th and 20th century Germany and highlights the impact of racism on understanding the person of Christ.
Richard Mouw preaches on how a Mormon understanding of the New Jerusalem following Christ’s return can help Christians better conceive of the heavenly kingdom to come.
Returning to Uganda after their time in seminary, Grace and Yosam Manafa walk alongside others as they ask together what it looks like to live out our theology in every area of our lives.
With a heart for intercultural ministry, Gail Schlosser works with her church and other local partners to love and serve the neighbors in her city.
Muslim leaders from across North America discuss the intersectionality of race and Islamophobia, as they experience simultaneous discrimination and exclusion from several communities.
Church leaders from Lake Avenue Church as well as the Islamic Institute of Orange County reflect on the changes that occurred at the onset of the pandemic.
This is the first in a series of three videos on Muslim-Christian Relations in the US produced by Fuller Theological Seminary and the Luce Foundation. This video was made in cooperation with Bayan Islamic Graduate School.
Mark Labberton considers the complexities that passion, power, and fear bring to interfaith conversations—and questioned how love might also play a part.
Miroslav Volf reflects on how world faiths—with their visions of human flourishing—meet systems of power and wealth in the midst of globalization.
Marguerite Shuster, Oscar García-Johnson, Mignon Jacobs discussed themes of colonization, human flourishing, and the public arena as they relate to the major world faiths.
At Fuller’s 2014 Payton Lectures, Miroslav Volf reflected on the major world religions in the context of increasing globalization.
Isaac Cuevas, Rabbi Aryeh Cohen, Salam Al-Marayati, and Nancy Yuen discuss responses to the immigration crisis from interfaith and interdisciplinary perspectives in this panel discussion moderated by Alexia Salvatierra.