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Issue 16: Imagining Hope

So what counts as hope in the face of “hopeless” chronic need? Caricatures of Christian hope that portray the gospel like a magic pill violate both those who suffer and the love of Jesus to heal them.

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Issue 15 Technology

Issue 15: Technology

We should consider technology a natural frontier for Christian ethics. As we ponder whether the innovations of this world have sufficient moral compass, we imagine Fuller filling a crucial gap.

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Issue 14: Suffering With

Every cup of suffering is full. Pain is not only universal but a basis for such Christlike empathy. “Suffering with” breaks the trends of individualism and inches us toward communal life.

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Issue 13: Worship and Art

The expression of worship and art is embodied, and that this embodiment affects both what we absorb as the world flows through and what we release back into it.

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Issue 12: Disruption

Jesus was not a quieting influence. He was an unsettling disturber of the peace. Jesus’ teaching seemed to crack open the whole universe.

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Issue 11: Health and Healing

Health issues expose our vulnerability like little else. Even the most healthy among us will eventually face that we are all small-framed, soft-bodied, short-lived creatures.

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Issue 10: Work

I love work. More specifically and honestly, I love the work I love. Who doesn’t? Much of that work involves people and ideas, creativity and imagination, problem solving and decision making.

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Issue 9 (cover)

Issue 9: Shalom

While containing some of our deepest longings and hopes, shalom is at once deeply desired and never fully experienced. It describes what God’s grace intends, while the ordinary world of discord, violence, and broken relationships roils unresolved.

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Issue 8: Reading Scripture Globally

It’s not that we have different Bibles but that we see the same Bible differently, depending on where we’re standing.

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Issue 7 Young People Cover

Issue 7: Young People

“Young people” still means me. It also means you.

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Issue Six FULLER magazine "Restore"

Issue 6: Restore

It is invigorating to imagine the presence of God at our table in the bread or accompanying us in a groan of prayer too deep for words or hosted in a suffering man’s expression.

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Issue 5: Integration of Psychology and Theology

Fuller is committed to an ethos of integration. We intend to apply theology to the whole of life, and the whole of life to theology, so that this commitment informs and gives meaning to everything we study.

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The cover of FULLER magazine Issue Four: Reconciling Race

Issue 4: Reconciling Race

This issue of FULLER magazine is not meant to address race relations in America; it’s about reconciling race here—at Fuller and in the wider church we serve.

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Issue 3: Women

Fuller intends equality. This intention is very important—whether we’ve arrived or are only headed the right way on the path.

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Issue 2: Evangelical

There’s also more to the story of being evangelical, which is why we chose to focus on it in the theology section of this, our second issue.

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Issue 1: Vocation

This inaugural issue of FULLER magazine, a new fusion of story, theology, and voice, is meant to reflect the life of Fuller in all her permutations: this is who we are, what we are talking about, and who we are becoming together

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Voices on Rest

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Voices on Repentance

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EPA Awards

Fuller Wins Top 2020 EPA Awards

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Sand by Dea Jenkins

Benediction: Reading the Gospels

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Carly Crouch

FULLER curated: The Bible on the Move

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.

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