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87 minutes | a month ago
80.3 - Siang-Yang Tan on the Holy Spirit and Christian Counseling
In his lecture “The Role of the Holy Spirit in Christian Counseling and Psychotherapy,” Siang-Yang Tan reflects on the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit and on the different ways the Spirit’s work is crucial in Christian counseling. In their respective responses, Oscar García-Johnson shares about how the Spirit often works “behind the scenes,” and Emilie Noah speaks about the vulnerable and liberating connections between clients and therapists. Siang-Yang Tan is senior professor of psychology at Fuller Seminary.
73 minutes | a month ago
80.2 - Siang-Yang Tan on Implicit and Explicit Integration
In his lecture “Implicit and Explicit Integration in Christian Counseling and Psychotherapy,” Siang-Yang Tan looks at covert and overt approaches to integrating spiritual issues in therapy—while stressing the ethical responsibility and clinical sensitivity required for both. In their respective responses, Ahmi Lee discusses the commonalities between preachers and Christian therapists, and Abbey Craigg reflects on the task of integration. Siang-Yang Tan is senior professor of psychology at Fuller Seminary.
81 minutes | a month ago
80.1 - Siang-Yang Tan on Perspectives on Faith and Psychology
In his lecture “A Christian Perspective on Human Nature and Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy,” Siang-Yang Tan explores various perspectives on the integration of Christian faith and psychology, while emphasizing that maturity in Christ is always the ultimate goal. In their respective responses, Sean Love speaks about therapy as movement toward God, and Brede Parker reflects on relational anthropology. Siang-Yang Tan is senior professor of psychology at Fuller Seminary.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
79.3 - Luke Bobo on Human Misery
Luke Bobo speaks about how the wealth gap and limited economic opportunities breeds present day suffering to African American communities in the US, and he challenges the church to respond in love and justice. He is an author, professor, and the director of strategic partnerships for Made to Flourish.
32 minutes | 2 months ago
79.2 - Christin Fort on Poverty
Christin Fort examines the effects poverty and poor mental health have on each other, the oppressive cycle created as a result, and the church’s role to take action. She is a clinical psychologist, an assistant professor of psychology at Wheaton College, and codirector of the Multicultural Peace and Justice Collaborative.
19 minutes | 2 months ago
79.1 - Marne Campbell on Race
Marne Campbell addresses the structural racism in the United States and the need for comprehensive change to happen on every level of society. She is an associate professor and the chair of the department of African American studies at Loyola Marymount University.
52 minutes | 3 months ago
78.8 - Leopoldo A. Sánchez M. on Theological Approaches to Migration
In his lecture “Theological Approaches to Migration: Their Impact on Missional Thinking and Action,” Leopoldo A. Sánchez M., Werner R. H. and Elizabeth R. Krause Professor of Hispanic Ministries at Concordia Seminary, reflects on how various models of migration can shape how we understand our practice of mission and our call to love our neighbors. In response, Carly Crouch, David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament, speaks about the centrality of migrant experiences to the Old Testament and how migration necessarily shapes our understanding of theology and mission.
47 minutes | 3 months ago
78.7 - Rebecca Y. Kim on Asian American Christianity
In her lecture “Making Their Mark: Asian Americans and the Californian ‘Christian’ Landscape,” Rebecca Y. Kim, Frank R. Seaver Chair of Social Science and director of the ethnic studies program at Pepperdine University, speaks about the impact made by Asian American Christians on the American church, despite the historic challenges of systemic exclusion and discrimination they faced and continue to face. In response, Daniel D. Lee, academic dean for Fuller’s Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry, highlights the importance of contextual literacy and a nuanced understanding of Asian American Christian history.
58 minutes | 3 months ago
78.6 - Darren Dochuk on LA’s Protestant Migrations and Religious Transformation
In his lecture “Errands in the Wilderness: Protestant Migrations and the (Re-)Evangelization of California in the 20th and 21st Centuries,” Darren Dochuk, Andrew V. Tackes College Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, talks about how the movement of protestant communities into, out of, and within Southern California made Los Angeles a center of innovative evangelization and religious transformation on an international scale. In response, Robert Chao Romero, associate professor of Chicana/o and Central American studies at UCLA, explores the history of Latino protestant communities in Los Angeles and the churches, institutions, and theologies that arose from them.
61 minutes | 3 months ago
78.5 - Jason Sexton on California, Borders, and Belonging
In his lecture “Borders: Citizenship in California,” Jason Sexton, visiting research scholar at the California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, surveys California’s—and LA’s—history of shifting borders and invasive violence, and asks what belonging and citizenship mean in such a place. In response, Andrea Smith, professor of ethnic studies at UC Riverside, discusses indigenous sovereignty and our responsibility to the land, while drawing lessons from the Old Testament.
48 minutes | 3 months ago
78.4 - Zayn Kassam on Muslim Migration in the United States
In her lecture “Faith Resources: Muslim Migration to Los Angeles,” Zayn Kassam, John Knox MacLean Professor of Religious Studies at Pomona College, speaks about the positive influence of Muslim migrant communities in the US, even against the oppressive American realities of racism of Islamophobia. In response, Matthew Kaemingk, assistant professor of Christian ethics, considers what is required for our communities to cultivate and sustain the virtues of hospitality and neighborly love—particularly against xenophobia and white supremacy.
58 minutes | 3 months ago
78.3 - Gioacchino Campese on Catholicity
In his lecture “Catholicity: Migration, Religion, and World Christianity,” Gioacchino Campese, professor of the theology of human mobility at Pontifical Urbaniana University, considers the church’s eschatological call toward catholicity in the context of our changing and globalized world. In response, Cecil M. Robeck Jr., senior professor of church history and ecumenics, speaks about Christian love and unity in the context of migration.
38 minutes | 3 months ago
78.2 - Juan Martínez on the “In-Betweenness” of Latino Protestantism
In his lecture “Missiological Reflections on the ‘In-Betweenness’ of Latino Protestantism,” Juan Martínez, president of Centro Hispano de Estudios Teológicos (CHET), explains the polycentric identity of Latino protestants, who inhabit a liminal space ethnically, sociologically, and religiously. In response, Lisseth Rojas-Flores, associate professor of clinical psychology, talks about the adversity faced by Latino children in the US and how churches can act as a positive disruption to this pattern.
44 minutes | 3 months ago
78.1 - Richard Flory on the Cultural Ecology of Los Angeles
In his lecture “City of Dreams: Los Angeles as a Cradle for Religious Activism, Innovation, and Diversity,” Richard Flory, senior director of research and evaluation at USC’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture, introduces the unique culture of Los Angeles and considers the dynamics between culture and place. In response, Alexia Salvatierra, assistant professor of integral mission and global transformation, talks about what we can learn from LA’s recent history of immigration reform.
55 minutes | 5 months ago
77.6 - Q&A | Scott Cormode, Marianne Meye Thompson, and Darrell Guder
At the 2007 Payton Lectures, Scott Cormode and Marianne Meye Thompson discussed the missional formation of the church following Darrell Guder’s lecture “Formation of the Congregation for Worthy Walking.”
59 minutes | 5 months ago
77.5 - Darrell Guder on Missional Leadership
In his lecture “Formation of the Congregation for Worthy Walking” delivered at the 2007 Payton Lectures, Darrell Guder, then Henry Winters Luce Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, considered the roles of church leaders in enabling their communities to follow their missional callings.
48 minutes | 5 months ago
77.4 - Q&A | Mark Lau Branson, Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, and Darrell Guder
At the 2007 Payton Lectures, Mark Lau Branson and Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen discussed the subject of missional ecclesiology following Darrell Guder’s lecture “The Worthy Walk of the Missional Congregation.”
51 minutes | 5 months ago
77.3 - Darrell Guder on Missional Communities
In his lecture “The Worthy Walk of the Missional Congregation” delivered at the 2007 Payton Lectures, Darrell Guder, then Henry Winters Luce Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, urged the church to reclaim its missional vocation and its purpose as a witnessing community.
53 minutes | 5 months ago
77.2 - Alan Roxburgh on Reforming the North American Church
In his lecture “Shaping the Journey: Reforming the Church in North America” delivered at the 2002 Missiology Lectures, Alan Roxburgh, founder of The Missional Network, spoke about the North American church’s need to reform its discourse and practices in order to become the missional church it ought to be.
49 minutes | 5 months ago
77.1 - Alan Roxburgh on The Crisis of the North American Church
In his lecture “Mapping our Location: The Crisis of the Church in North America” delivered at the 2002 Missiology Lectures, Alan Roxburgh, founder of The Missional Network, explained the ways the North American church has become warped by social imaginaries that are incompatible with the narrative of God’s kingdom.
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