Erin Dufault-Hunter on Vaccine Ethics
As COVID-19 vaccines become more available, Erin Dufault-Hunter, associate professor of Christian ethics, discusses the pandemic and vaccine rollouts on a recent episode of Conversing, considering questions of ethics, broken systems, and neighborly love
Fuller Formation: Women of the Old Testament
Whether you are familiar with the Old Testament and its stories, approaching the text for the very first time, or somewhere in between, this material will help you work through it with fresh, new insight.
Fuller Stands with the Asian American Community
We grieve and mourn the tragic loss of eight lives in the Atlanta shooting yesterday, including six Asian American women. Though we do not yet have a complete picture of the evil that motivated these wicked acts, Fuller acknowledges that this incident occurred within a growing context of anti-Asian racism and violence, and stands with the Asian American and Asian members of our community.
Max DePree Center for Leadership
The Max DePree Center for Leadership has been curating a collection of resources, events, and other offerings for women on a mission, those who are charting their own course.
Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry
Students at Fuller’s Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry—or Asian American Center (AAC)—are equipped with a contextualized gospel that enables them to lead as an Asian American or in Asian American contexts.
New Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy Degree
This new degree will provide advanced clinical training and greater expertise in areas such as assessment, consultation, and research to licensed marriage and family therapists holding master’s degrees and already practicing in clinical settings including private practice, community agencies, schools, hospitals, or universities.
FULLER dialogues: Migration in Missiological Perspective
Led by professors Kirsteen Kim and Alexia Salvatierra, the recent Missiology Lectures, focused on Los Angeles—and its unique history and culture— as scholars explored wider issues of migration, transnationalism, and interfaith engagement.
Erin Dufault-Hunter on Vaccine Ethics
On Conversing, Erin Dufault-Hunter, associate professor of Christian ethics, discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine rollouts, considering questions of ethics, broken systems, and neighborly love.
2021 Payton Lectures
Join us April 7–8, 2021, for the annual Payton Lectures featuring Dr. Willie Jennings, who suggests a different orientation for Christian belief in creation, one that returns us to the earth and turns our attention toward the redemption of our creative powers.
A Place to Go for Something to Do
Naomi McSwain told God she wanted to use her skills to help end the cycles of violence in her community. Studying at Fuller gave the tools to think more critically about the problems and develop solutions she puts into practice at the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center in South Los Angeles
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