In his lecture “Who Are the People of God?” delivered at the 2014 Fuller Forum, N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar and former bishop of Durham, presented on Paul’s understanding of the Messiah as the fulfillment of God’s covenant with Israel—and what that means for God’s people today.
Walter Brueggemann, William Marcellus McPheeters Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, preaches about the gospel’s power that frees us from a world of fear and ushers us into a world of love.
Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, speaks about engaging the Biblical text with an artistic interpretive lens that resists universal generalizations, then participates in a Q&A with the Fuller community.
Walter Brueggemann presents the idea of two kinds of justices—predatory justice from above and transformative justice from below—and contended that the Bible depicts a contestation between both.
Walter Brueggemann explores God’s restorative grace and the ways it necessitates and energizes the restored community’s witness, worship, and work of justice.
At the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann and Amos Yong discussed the themes of grace and justice in a Q&A moderated by Mark Labberton.
Walter Brueggemann presents the law of Yahweh not as static and totalizing but as an ongoing conversation between God and God’s people.
Walter Brueggemann speaks about God being a dialogic partner actively engaged with his people, and how this relationality shapes our understanding of God’s justice, grace, and law.
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.
Wilmer Villacorta, associate professor of intercultural studies, considers how we might have a fresh understanding of place in light of God’s divine presence.