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Jan 11, 2022

In his lecture “World Faiths and Globalization: What Are They and Why Do They Matter?” delivered at the 2014 Payton Lectures, Miroslav Volf explored six common features shared by world religions, suggesting a frame for interfaith engagement in an increasingly globalized world.

In response, Mark Labberton considered...


Oct 1, 2021

William Pannell speaks with Jemar Tisby about his journey of faith, the cost of following Jesus, the racial history of the American church, and the newly updated and expanded edition of his 1993 book, The Coming Race Wars.

William Pannell is professor emeritus of preaching at Fuller Seminary. Jemar Tisby is a historian,...


Sep 21, 2021

Alexis Abernethy teaches that pathways to healing require communities, spaces, and relationships which hold pain and allow for expressing truth through lament.

Alexis Abernethy is professor of psychology and Fuller’s chief academic officer.

This lecture was originally delivered as part of Fuller’s Student Engagement...


Aug 19, 2021

In a conversation moderated by Amos Yong, Warren Brown and Brad Strawn discuss the dynamics of extended cognition in embodied religious experiences, practices, and communities.

Warren S. Brown is director of Fuller’s Lee Edward Travis Research Institute and professor of Psychology; Brad Strawn is Fuller’s chief of...


May 25, 2021

In his lecture “Navigating the Generations,” delivered at the 2012 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah examined the sociocultural factors at play across generations within immigrant churches—with a specific look at the Asian North American church.

In response, Sunoko Lin and Timothy K. Park discussed the...