Brad Strawn reflects on a psalm of lament and on how disorientation—in community and with God—is a crucial part of our journeys of faith and of our time in seminary in particular.
Andrew Root explores historical and modern understandings of the relationship between the passing of time and embodiment, reflecting on the ways in which these views impact present-day education and congregational life.
Janette Ok discusses how the interplay between intersectional identities and embodiment has an impact on students’ thriving and success in educational settings.
Trey Clark talks about preaching as a bodily act and reflects on an embodied approach to forming preachers, which recognizes history, experience, and real world contexts.
Robert Chao Romero explores critical tools for scholarship and pedagogy—taking Critical Race Theory as an example—that recognize the diversity and fullness of the whole body of Christ
In an innovative approach to Fuller’s traditional lecture series format, nine scholars engage in a series of roundtable discussions on the future of theological education in a digital era. These conversations became the basis for the presentations in this FULLER dialogues series.