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Pre-Recorded on March 31, 2023Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, Interim General Secretary and President of the National Council of Churches, discusses hopes for the future of mainline Protestantism in an era of historic disaffiliation from Christian churches; as well as whether it is possible to build bridges across lines of difference even while stak…
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December 7, 2022 | Seminary ChapelThe Carols of Many Nations service includes readings, choral anthems, and congregational carols led by the Princeton Seminary Choir and international students and staff of the Seminary.Text for readings and songs in other languages can be found in the Carols of Many Nations program. Visit ptsem.edu/carolsprogram202…
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Seminary ChapelScripture: Ephesians 2:1-10Homily: "But God..."In the second chapter of Ephesians, Paul offers the testimony of Christian community. “You were dead…” he begins. And in spite of our tendency to crawl back in the tombs, God has made us fully alive in Christ, and will never settle for anything less than a fully alive Church.…
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Seminary ChapelScripture: John 6:1-14The most striking thing about John’s account of the feeding of the 5,000 is that Jesus took the five loaves of bread, which seemed so meager compared to thousands of hungry people before him, and he gave thanks for what he held. Then the miracle could begin. While our resources are always so meager in the face o…
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October 26, 2022 | Theron Room, Wright LibraryThe 2022 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture: “In the Name of Jesus: Reclaiming and Reframing 'Christian'"Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, MDiv '92, author, activist, preacher, and public theologian; senior pastor, Middle Collegiate Church由Princeton Seminary
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October 13, 2022 The Future of American Democracy: The Challenge of PolarizationWhere Americans once saw neighbors, they now see enemies. Increasingly, Republicans and Democrats alike see members of the other party as not just wrong on key issues, but — according to the Pew Research Center — as immoral, dishonest, closed-minded, and a threat to the…
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Seminary Chapel Scripture: Acts 9:10-19This follows the story of the conversion of Saul with the story of the conversion of the church, which was hiding in fear of Saul the persecutor. It was time for the church to stop living in fear and reach out in ministry to thing that made it most afraid. Hiding is a sin, and some have suggested that since th…
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Seminary ChapelScripture: Acts 9:1-9This is the story of the conversion of Saul, who was so certain that he knew God and was engaged in a righteous mission before Jesus was revealed to him. So he was wrong about God. We are not able to serve the mission of Christ until we acknowledge that is more to God than we know. This discovery is so overwhelmi…
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Seminary ChapelJesus and Our Insatiable ThirstThe purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesu…
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Seminary ChapelJesus and Our Insatiable ThirstThe purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesu…
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August 31, 2022 | Seminary Chapel, Princeton Theological SeminaryAddress: "A Word to the Wise"Scripture Readings: Wisdom, 9:1-11Luke 12:22-34Convocation Speaker: Dr. Elaine James, associate professor of Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary由Princeton Seminary
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Seminary ChapelJesus and Our Insatiable ThirstThe purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesu…
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Seminary Chapel | Opening Communion, Fall 2022Scripture: Joshua 4:1-7 Homily: “Remembering to Move Ahead”God told Joshua to create a monument of twelve stones taken from the Jordon River crossing to give the people a memory of God’s faithfulness. But the people had just entered the Promised Land, and all of the challenges of moving into it still la…
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June 17, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"No Weapon Formed; The Gospel According to Black Lives Matter"Speaker: Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
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June 16, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of PreachingClosing Worship: "A Name Only the Brave Can Say"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
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June 16, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Deliver Us from Evil; AKA Undoing What Evil Has Done"Speaker: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.由Princeton Seminary
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June 15, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"The Gospel Hidden in Plain Sight; The Gospel According to Womanism"Speaker: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
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June 14, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Speaking Truth to Power"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.由Princeton Seminary
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June 14, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"A New Religious Ideal; The Gospel According to W.E.B. DuBois"Speaker: Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
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June 13, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Ransomed and Disinherited"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.由Princeton Seminary
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June 13, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Telling the Gospel Truth; Popular Culture, Political Theology, and Public Witness"Speakers: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt UniversityDr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more…
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June 12, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of PreachingOpening worship, "Becoming Foreign-Born Christians"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
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May 5, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and CultureLecture: “Under Construction” Lecturers: Wendy Puffer, owner and chief design officer, Marion Design Co.Amanda Drury, professor, Indiana Wesleyan UniversityLearn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.…
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May 4, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and CultureLecture: “Faith in an Exhausted World” Lecturer: Dr. Nathan Stucky, director of the Farminary Project, Princeton Theological SeminaryLearn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.…
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May 3, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and CultureLecture: "A Lesson from Mother: An African Indigenous Approach to Diversity, Community, and Conflict"Lecturer: Dr. Georgette Ledgister, research associate and visiting instructor, Harvard Divinity School; senior director of diversity, inclusion, and belon…
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May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022Session: Service of Remembrance and Celebration for Reunion 2022Speaker: Victor Aloyo, Jr., associate dean of institutional diversity and community engagement, Princeton Theological SeminaryTo view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.由Princeton Seminary
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May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022Session: Keynote Lecture, “The Perfectibility Paradigm”Speaker: Kate Bowler, PhD, associate professor of the history of Christianity in North America, Duke Divinity SchoolThis lecture is made possible by the Edwin H. Rian Alumni lectureship.To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.…
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June 9, 2022 | Wright LibraryGerald H. Anderson LectureSpeaker: Dr. Dana Robert, Truman Collins Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission and director of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission at Boston UniversityLearn more about the Overseas Ministries Study Center at https://omsc.ptsem.edu/.…
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Seminary ChapelScripture: Mark 16:1-8The shorter, and probably original, ending of Mark concludes with the women fleeing from the tomb, “for terror and amazement had seized them.” What kind of ending is this to a gospel? It bothered the early church so much they added longer endings to it. But what if the Gospel is supposed to be unfinished? What i…
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Seminary ChapelScripture: Luke 22:24-30After Jesus gives his disciples the bread and cup as a means of communing with him, an argument breaks out among them about who is the greatest. We think we would never have such an argument, but we have merely found spiritual ways of pressing our greatness. Today Jesus reminds us that he is the one who serves…
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April 7, 2022 | Wright Library Theron RoomFrederick Neumann Memorial Lecture: “Dwelling, Sovereignty, and Theology in the Anthropocene Age: A Proposal” Lecturer: Dr. Ryan LaMothe, professor of pastoral care and counseling, Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology由Princeton Seminary
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Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity,…
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March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Six: The Spirit of freedom and the humanLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
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March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Five: The reconciling Spirit as the medium of presenceLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
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March 30, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Four: The redeeming Spirit as the gift of recognitionLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
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March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Three: The creating Spirit as the power of diversityLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
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March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Two: “God is Spirit” – Narrating God’s revelation as Spirit Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
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March 28, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture One: Rethinking developments in pneumatology Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
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