David Brenner describes the mission of the organization AI and Faith, which works to direct artificial intelligence research and technology towards human flourishing, with an eye towards ethics and a grounding in multiple faith traditions.
In the second of nine videos on “The Cognitive Sciences and Belief,” Kutter Callaway talks about how humans are deeply embodied creatures who develop not only to exist in our environments but to thrive in them.
In the first of seven videos on “The Science of Thriving,” Pamela Ebstyne King shares how the psychological sciences help us understand our narratives and identities—and how to thrive in them.
In the second of seven videos on “The Science of Thriving,” Pamela Ebstyne King reflects on the Christian’s participation in God’s ongoing work in the world.
In the third of seven videos on “The Science of Thriving,” Pamela Ebstyne King explains how humans develop in relationship to the contexts we inhabit.
In the fourth of seven videos on “The Science of Thriving,” Pamela Ebstyne King shares how understanding developmental systems for different groups helps us care more effectively for those we serve.
In the sixth of seven videos on “The Science of Thriving,” Pamela Ebstyne King describes the constant gap between our human capacities and the world around us, as well as how we bridge these gaps with our capacities to learn and adapt.
Pamela Ebstyne King explains how gratitude can both guide us and propel us toward thriving and the good life.
Robert Emmons, alongside Fuller scholars and practitioners, delves into the science of gratitude and the ways it shapes our relationship with one another, with God, and with the wider natural world.
Pamela Ebstyne King, Peter L. Benson Associate Professor of Applied Developmental Science, meditates on the birth of Christ as an invitation for us to join in God’s restorative work in the world.