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Fuller Magazine, Issue 004, 2015 - Reconciling Race

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      Since 2014, Fuller Magazine has been published for the global community of Fuller Theological Seminary. The sections of Story, Theology, Voice, and Departments are to reflect the life of Fuller in all her permutations: this is who we are, what we are talking about, and who we are becoming together. The editorial content of FULLER magazine reflects the opinions of the various authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing the views of Fuller Theological Seminary. Table of Contents STORY 10 Growing Up at Fuller storyteller: Kaitlin Schluter 16 Hello, My Name Is storyteller: Lauralee Farrer 24 A Way with Words storyteller: Michael Wright 30 Organized Noise storyteller: Brandon Hook 36 Different Bridge, Different Story storyteller: Tj Lee THEOLOGY 42 Introduction to Reconciling Race by Joy J. Moore and William E. Pannell 50 To Be a Christian Intellectual by Willie James Jennings 54 Empathetic and Incarnational: A Better Christian Ethic at Fuller by Reggie Williams 60 Yearning for Reconciliation by Mark Labberton 64 Race Relations in the Church in the Age of Obama by Love L. Sechrest 68 Dreaming God’s Dreams by Juan Francisco Martínez 74 Two Keys to Reconciliation by Hak Joon Lee VOICE 80 Work 84 Worship 90 Forgiveness DEPARTMENTS 6 From Mark Labberton, President 94 Fuller Faculty 98 Benediction 99 About Fuller Theological Seminary ;
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