Old Testament

Introductions to the Books of the Bible

Refreshed perspectives on the Scriptures from Fuller faculty working in the fields of theology, psychology, and intercultural studies

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Jeremiah 29: A Biblical Framework for Place

Mary Glenn considers Jeremiah 29 as a framework for thinking about place.

Carly Crouch

FULLER curated: The Bible on the Move

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Considering what the Bible has to say about migration, Biblical scholars and experts gathered to discuss today’s migration crisis and the church’s response.

Response | Carly Crouch on Jeremiah and Trauma

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Carly Crouch, former David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Biblical Narratives of Trauma: Paths to Spiritual and Psychological Restoration.”

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“Your Dead Shall Live”: Disruption and Resurrection in the Life of God’s People

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Waiting for God in the In Between | Mark Labberton

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A Banner or the Cross | Phil Allen

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Midwifing Hope and Justice | Joy Moore

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Mesmerizing Rhythms of Idolatry | Mark Labberton

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Faith-based Thanksgiving | Emmanuel Akih

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Reframing Power | Mark Labberton

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Hope for the Muslim World | Evelyne Reisacher

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Injustice and the Psalms | Jeanelle Austin

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The Church in Exile | Mark Labberton

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Reframing Power

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Fuller Seminary's John Goldingay on Lament

John Goldingay on Lament

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The Lord as Helper

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Sacrifice and the Death of Christ

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Reflections on Jewish-Christian Dialogue

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