During the breaks in accounts processing work, beauty emerges
My Father’s Body
Tommy Givens offers a theological reflection on death, dying, and the need for ritual
What Does Fuller Mean by “Evangelical”?
Fuller’s understanding of evangelical Christianity is described as historic, neo-evangelical, global, ecumenical, and under the reign of God
John Goldingay, Walter Brueggemann, Cynthia Eriksson, and others reflect on loss, lament, and seeking Christ’s face in the midst of our pain
This issue of Fuller Magazine
As a convening place for serious theological discussion across different denominational, cultural, contextual, and theological boundaries, what do we mean when we describe ourselves as evangelical?
The Fuller Feed
FYI’s Kara Powell shares Stewart’s interview of Harvard faculty member Cass Sunstein—with research findings that challenge us to take a hard look at our ideological ruts