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Migration, Transnationalism, and Faith in Missiological Perspective: Los Angeles as a Global Crossroads OCTOBER 26 – 30, 2020 Los Angeles has long been a global crossroad of communities migrating in and out, especially from Latin America. The Missiology Lectures 2020 will explore this case study of the wider issues of migration, transnationalism, and interfaith engagement…

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Fuller Theological Seminary has cancelled the In-person Commencement Ceremony;  an Alternative is under consideration Fuller has made the difficult and unfortunate decision to cancel an in-person commencement in June 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The safety of our graduates, their family and friends, and the Fuller community is our foremost priority and the risk…

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Techno-Sapiens in a Networked Era: Becoming Digital Neighbors How does social media enable or constrain me in loving my (digital) neighbor? The 2019 Missiology Lectures will look at how social media shapes human interaction, and, more specifically, at the implications of social media platforms for cross-cultural or interreligious encounter. Join us for a gathering of…

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Join us to celebrate God’s faithfulness to the Fuller Northwest community by acknowledging the loss of our campus presence in Seattle and celebrating the community that we pray will now grow and flourish in new ways. While we are grieved to see the physical campus space close at the end of this summer, we are…

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In the biblical imagination, the heavens are teeming with life—and it isn’t all angels singing. God is surrounded by hybrid creatures, vengeful spirits, divine hitmen, and other bizarre figures who commit remarkably violent acts, all in God’s employ. God is surrounded by an entourage of monsters. Many of these find their roots in the divine…

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The Self and Spirituality in Second Temple Judaism April 3-4, 2019 In the centuries following the destruction of the state of Judah, significant changes occurred in the religious culture of early Judaism as the nation reconstituted itself. While considerable attention has been paid to the developing role of the Torah and the emergence of new…

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Migration, Transnationalism, and Faith in Missiological Perspective: Los Angeles as a Global Crossroads OCTOBER 26 – 30, 2020 Los Angeles has long been a global crossroad of communities migrating in and out, especially from Latin America. The Missiology Lectures 2020 will explore this case study of the wider issues of migration, transnationalism, and interfaith engagement…

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