+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Sarah Ashley Hill
Edwin M. Willmington
Daniel D. Lee
Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology and PsyD program chair, reflects on the costs and comforts of walking with others in their suffering.
Cynthia B. Eriksson
Jude Tiersma Watson with Chris Albisurez discuss the joys and sorrows of urban ministry.
Jude Tiersma Watson, Chris Albisurez
Eun Ah Cho, assistant professor of intercultural leadership, reflects on Korean concepts of suffering and encourages the Korean church to model suffering together rather than apart.
Eun Ah Cho
Julie Tai, director of chapel, and Edwin Willmington, composer-in-residence, reflect on what they've learned from making liturgical choices committed to diverse voices
Maria Fee, a PhD candidate at Fuller, reverses traditional views on theology and art and looks for theological truth emerging from creative practice
Various voices reflect on caring for culture from artistic, Latinx, and biblical perspectives
Makoto Fujimura, Oscar García-Johnson, Andy Crouch
Dwight Radcliff, a PhD candidate in Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies, explores the history of the African American church and looks to Hip Hop as a lens for interpreting scripture
W. David O. Taylor, director of Brehm Texas and assistant professor of theology and culture at Fuller, explores the psalms as a model for creativity and artmaking
Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, considers Christ's experience of god-forsakenness on the cross and reflects on aesthetic boundaries among atheism, theism, and suffering
Roberta King, professor of communication and ethnomusicology, reflects on the potentials of musical performance in interfaith dialogue and discovering new ways of relating with the religious other
Todd Johnson, professor of worship, theology, and the arts, reflects on the public action of kneeling through the lens of politics and worship
Todd E. Johnson
Alexis Abernethy, professor of psychology, draws on psychology, ritual studies, and music to reflect on our worshipping bodies
Alexis D. Abernethy
Christopher Hays, D. Wilson Moore Associate Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, explores disruptions to Israel throughout the Old Testament
Christopher B. Hays