Peter Wehner, author and senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, discusses the intersections of faith and politics and considers how to pursue truth and justice in a divided world.
Jemar Tisby, author of The Color of Compromise: The Truth About the American Church’s Complicity in Racism, discusses the history of racial inequality in the United States and in the American church.
Audrey Denney, a 2018 congressional candidate in California, reflects on the impact of women activists, encountering defeat, and grappling with the Paradise, CA fires.
Paul Schrader, American filmmaker and screenwriter, and scholars from the Fuller community have an extended conversation on filmmaking, screenwriting tips, and the complex connections between spirituality and film
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on the risk of telling the truth, the search for a deeper reconciliation with God, and how Ash Wednesday orients us toward reality
Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, and Fuller faculty reflect on theology, ethics, and the language of human rights
Estrelda Alexander, president of William Seymour College, lectures on the meaning of Martin Luther King’s life and examines how much of his dream has come true—and how much has still been deferred.
Lisa Sharon Harper, chief church engagement officer for Sojourners, lectures on political context of Genesis and the gospels, a theology of shalom, and the kingdom of God.
Celebrated author Philip Yancey discusses Shūsaku Endo’s novel “Silence” and the role of art and faith to respond gracefully to cultural trauma and suffering in the world.