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STAR Office is Awarded Grant for Multi-Campus Faith and Science Program

Fuller’s Office for Science, Theology, and Religion (STAR) Initiatives, an office that develops projects at the nexus of the sciences and Christian faith, has been awarded a multi-campus grant funded by The Blankemeyer Foundation. The Conversations in Community grant launched in June 2018 and is supporting four colleges in three countries by hosting strategic activities…
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Fuller Youth Institute Receives Grant to Research Character and Virtue in Young People

The Fuller Youth Institute (FYI) was recently awarded a $234,797 grant from the John Templeton Foundation to help Christian congregations better instill in young people key virtues and components of character. As research into character and virtue development (or CVD) in adolescence continues to grow, the local congregation is often an untapped resource to help…
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Dr. Carly Crouch Appointed to David Allan Hubbard Chair of Old Testament

Fuller is pleased to announce that Dr. Carly L. Crouch has been appointed to the David Allan Hubbard Chair in Old Testament beginning September 1, 2018. The Hubbard Chair in Old Testament was named in honor of Fuller’s former president of 30 years, David Hubbard, and established by the Board of Trustees upon his retirement.…
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Aaron Dorsey Named Communications Inclusion Liaison

Fuller is excited to announce that Aaron Dorsey has been named our new Communications Inclusion Liaison, a role that will offer guidance and support as the Communications team moves toward a more fully embodied storytelling of our diverse community. This new position will evaluate institutional communication in order to ensure the language is welcoming and…
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Marriage and Family Department’s Statement on Family Separation

President Trump signed an executive order to end family separation at the U.S. borders, but family reunifications are still pending. The faculty and staff in Fuller’s Department of Marriage and Family join organizations such as the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT’s statement), the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT’s statement), the…
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A Vicious and Cruel Injustice

“The decision of the U.S. Justice Department to separate child immigrants from their parents is a vicious and cruel injustice. For the Attorney General and others to say that this is a biblically defensible practice is a perversion of the Bible and of common morality.  May everyone who cares about these children, especially those who…
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Alexis Abernethy Appointed New Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity

Fuller is honored to announce the appointment of Alexis Abernethy as our new Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity. Dr. Abernethy will continue her critical role on the School of Psychology faculty as well. Fuller Seminary recognizes that diversity, inclusion, and equity are educational, economic, and civic imperatives and critical to achieving academic excellence.…
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Fuller Celebrates Students at 69th Commencement

The main sanctuary of Lake Avenue Church was filled to capacity with celebration on June 9 as students, staff, faculty, family, and friends gathered for Fuller’s 69th Commencement ceremony. Ed Willmington, composer-in-residence and director of the Fred Bock Institute of Music at Fuller, conducted the organ and brass ensemble that ushered in the graduating students and…
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The Future of Fuller: Largest Multidenominational Seminary Announces New Way Forward

The Future of Fuller: Largest Multidenominational Seminary Announces New Way Forward

Fuller President Mark Labberton announced today a new vision for the future of seminary education. Building on its 70-year history of world-class theological scholarship paired with courageous innovation, Fuller will be undergoing a transformation that will bring its scholarship to more leaders in communities that need it most. Fuller plans to expand its offerings to…
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Political Dealing: The Crisis of Evangelicalism

This speech was given by Fuller Seminary President Dr. Mark Labberton at a private meeting of evangelical leaders held at Wheaton College in Chicago, Illinois, on April 16, 2018. The following has been edited from his notes for clarity and to give context to excerpts that have been disseminated elsewhere. قراءة هذه الرسالة باللغة العربية…
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