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Holy Disruption | Janette Ok

Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, preaches from Acts 18, teaching about our need to humbly accept teaching, challenges, and even rebukes as we continually grow in Christ.

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God’s Love, Our Limits | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton reflects on how we navigate the tension of God’s relentless love while facing the real-life struggles of ministering to those different from us—or those we may even consider enemies.

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A Joyful Truth | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton reflects on the gospel as good news that is grounded firmly in truth and is open and welcoming to all.

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Epiphany | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair, reflects on God’s profound work of transforming God’s disciples, often through subtle and unexpected acts of grace.

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Christmas in Times of Disruption

Vince Bantu, assistant professor of church history and Black church studies, reflects on how Christmas—a story of disruption—challenges us to stand with the marginalized and the oppressed.

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Come, Lord Jesus | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair, calls on God to open our eyes and help us see Jesus anew during this Advent season.

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Restoring Dignity | Vince Bantu

Vince Bantu, assistant professor of church history and Black church studies, preaches of God’s work of uplifting Blackness and restoring dignity to the oppressed.

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Faithful Storytellers | Jennifer Guerra Aldana

Jennifer Guerra Aldana (MDiv ’17), manager of multicultural initiatives at the Fuller Youth Institute, encourages us to be Spirit-filled storytellers who speak God’s liberating truth.

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God is Not Done | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair, meditates on the story of Stephen and on God’s unfinished and uncontainable work in the world.

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M. Daniel Carroll Rodas on Reframing Immigration

In his lecture “The Inescapable Imperative: Reframing the Immigration Issues as Christians” delivered at the 2011 Missiology Lectures, Old Testament scholar M. Daniel Carroll Rodas explained how understanding immigration is central to understanding the Christian faith.

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M. Daniel Carroll Rodas on Biblical Narratives of Migration

In his lecture “Cristianos en la Frontera: Migración Mundial en Perspectiva Cristiana” delivered at the 2011 Missiology Lectures, Old Testament scholar M. Daniel Carroll Rodas discussed how various audiences engage with issues of immigration and shared about what immigrant perspectives teach us about the Christian life. (Subtitles are available for an English translation.)

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N. T. Wright on Paul’s Trinitarian Theology

In his lecture “The One Triune God Amidst Religious Pluralism, Clashing Kingdoms, and Prevalent Evil” delivered at the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar and former bishop of Durham, considered Paul’s Trinitarian theology, which involves high Christology, robust monotheism, and ecclesial unity.

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N. T. Wright on the Future of the World

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.

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N. T. Wright on Paul and the Transformative Gospel

In his lecture “Paul and the Faithfulness of God” delivered at the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar and former bishop of Durham, explored Paul’s message of the Gospel as one of a holistically transformative and utterly new way of living, thinking, and worshiping.

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Interpreting Paul for the 21st Century

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.

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N. T. Wright on Paul and the Transformative Gospel

In his lecture “Paul and the Faithfulness of God” delivered at the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar and former bishop of Durham, explored Paul’s message of the Gospel as one of a holistically transformative and utterly new way of living, thinking, and worshiping.

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Panel | N. T. Wright, Marianne Meye Thompson, and Tommy Givens

At the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, Marianne Meye Thompson, and Tommy Givens discussed Judaism, empire, and the “invention” of Christian theology in this panel moderated by Mark Labberton. The panel followed N. T. Wright’s first lecture, “Paul and the Faithfulness of God.”

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N. T. Wright on Paul’s Trinitarian Theology

In his lecture “The One Triune God Amidst Religious Pluralism, Clashing Kingdoms, and Prevalent Evil” delivered at the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar and former bishop of Durham, considered Paul’s Trinitarian theology, which involves high Christology, robust monotheism, and ecclesial unity.

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Panel | N. T. Wright, Hak Joon Lee, Love Sechrest, and Juan Martínez

At the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, Hak Joon Lee, Love Sechrest, and Juan Martínez discussed practical sociocultural implications of justification in this panel moderated by Mark Labberton. The panel followed N. T. Wright’s third lecture, “Who Are the People of God?”

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N. T. Wright on the Future of the World

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.

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Q&A | N. T. Wright

At the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright discussed eschatology—the resurrection and the new heavens and earth—in this Q&A moderated by Mark Labberton.