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Miller ChapelScripture: Numbers 35: 9-15… you shall select cities to be cities of refuge.Before the Hebrews crossed the Jordan River, the Lord told them to select six cities that will be places of refuge for fugitives who are on the run. Christian community is also called to be a place of refuge for those who are on the run. And we are all running …
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Numbers 11:4-6, 13-20The rabble were on the journey with the Hebrews through the wilderness, but they didn’t believe in the journey, the leadership, or the dream of a Promised Land. That’s because they also didn’t believe in God. So their tolerance for hardship was low and their capacity for complaint was high. But the most …
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Numbers 9:15-17The point of being in the wilderness is not really to make progress, but to learn to walk by faith. So God led the Hebrews in a cloud. It feels like the world has been in the wilderness through the long pandemic journey. And now the often-repeated questions are, “What did we learn?” How are we different?” Thes…
 
September 1, 2021 | Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological SeminaryAddress: “For Mercy’s Sake: Becoming Agents of Redemptive Provocation”Scripture Readings: Isaiah 65:17-25 and Mark 3:1-6Speaker: Dr. Sally Brown, Elizabeth M. Engle Professor of Preaching and Worship, Princeton Theological Seminary由Princeton Seminary
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "Asian American Churches in the 21st Century: A New Agenda in the Social Scientific Study of Religion"Speakers: Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological SeminaryDr…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "Virulent Hate: Stories of Anti Asian Racism and Asian American Resistance During COVID-19"Speaker: Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacif…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextWorkshop Skills Training: “We Need to Talk: Religious Communities and Courageous Communication About Faith and Justice”Speaker: Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "The Asian American Movement and the Church"Speaker: Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental CollegeLearn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/a…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel: Saturday Morning Speakers and Questions from the AudienceSpeakers: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor UniversityDr. Easten Law, Assistant Di…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel Discussion: Friday Morning Speakers and Questions from the AudienceSpeakers: Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological SeminaryDr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of So…
 
April 24, 2021 | Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel: Field Work and Pastoral PracticeSpeakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New YorkDr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of R…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferencePanel: Best Practices for Doing Field WorkSpeakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New YorkDr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor UniversityDr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Pro…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "Living in the Promised Land: Impact of BLM Movement on the Indian American Christians Living In NYC"Speaker: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New YorkLearn m…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "Living Faith Between Kingdoms and Empires: Pondering the Trans-Pacific Politics of Chinese/American Theologizing"Speaker: Dr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Programs, Overseas Ministries S…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "A Hong Kong Ethnography in the Time of COVID-19: Analyzing Primary Qualitative Data in a Transpacific Context"Speaker: Gillian Chu, PhD Candidate in the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics a…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextFireside Chat with Jonathan Tran and Craig Barnes About Race, the Church, and Asian AmericaSpeakers: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor UniversityD…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "Ethnography at the Ruins of Asian America"Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor UniversityLearn more about the Asian American Progr…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextRoundtable: "Conversation on Faith, Community Organizing, and Asian American Churches"Speakers:Rev. Sung Yeon Choimorrow, Executive Director, The National Asian Pacific American Women’s ForumDr. Lucas Kwong, As…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel: Closing DiscussionSpeakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New YorkDr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, …
 
May 12, 2021 | Reunion 2021Session: This Is My StorySpeakers: Dr. Heath Carter, associate professor of American Christianity, Princeton Theological SeminaryDr. Jay-Paul Hinds, assistant professor of pastoral theology, Princeton Theological SeminaryDr. Lisa Bowens, associate professor of New Testament, Princeton Theological SeminaryTo view the reuni…
 
May 10, 2021 | Reunion 2021Session: Distinguished Alumnae Award and PresentationSpeaker: Rev. Dr. Jung-Sook Lee, fifth president and church history professor, Torch Trinity Graduate University in Seoul, Korea; vice-chairperson, Asia Theological Association; presidium member, International Congress for Calvin ResearchTo view the reunion website, vis…
 
May 12, 2021 | Reunion 2021Session: Closing WorshipSpeaker: Rev. Bianca Howard, children and youth pastor at Zion Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia; past chair, Princeton Theological Seminary’s Alumni Association Executive CouncilTo view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.…
 
May 11, 2021 | Reunion 2021Session: Distinguished Alumnae Award and PresentationSpeaker: Rev. Najla Kassab, president, World Communion of Reformed Churches; ordained minister, the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.由Princeton Seminary
 
May 12, 2021 | Reunion 2021Lecture: "Me and White Supremacy: Camera Angles, Questions, and Personal Awakenings"Speaker: Rev. Ryan Landino, lead presbyter for transformation, Great Rivers Presbytery PC(USA) in western and central Illinois; Alumni Association Executive Council Service Award RecipientTo view the reunion website, visit https://https://…
 
April 1, 2021 | Miller ChapelMaundy ThursdayJohn 13:1-14So if I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. 13:14It is not a reassuring or comforting image to find our Lord and Teacher, who we worship, washing the dirt off of our feet. It disturbs our notions of holiness. But it also transforms them. We…
 
March 25, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24:32-35Were not our hearts burning within us? 24:32Renewed in the vision that the risen Christ was with them, the disciples are filled with passion and reverse their direction to return to Jerusalem. That which they had fled in discouragement now becomes their place o…
 
March 18, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24: 28-31Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him; and he vanished from their sight. 24:31The unseen visible presence of the Lord became the seen invisible presence. Faith is a way of seeing the Christ who has been with us before we recognized him. This tra…
 
March 11, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24:25-27Oh how foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe… 24:25The risen Jesus has to interpret the scriptures these disciples knew but did not believe. In a theological community it is easy to confuse knowing about Jesus with knowing him. The scriptures as the…
 
February 25, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24:22-24…some women from our group astounded us. 24:22The discouraged disciples only had the testimony of the women who heard from angels that Jesus was alive. But apparently that was not enough because we are told these disciples were "sad" and walking away from th…
 
February 18, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24:13-21But we had hoped he was the one to redeem Israel 24:21Cleopas and another disciple are on the road out of Jerusalem after the crucifixion of Jesus. They’re trying to walk away from their disappointments. Along the way “a stranger” joins them on the journey. …
 
February 4, 2021 | Miller ChapelScripture: 1 Corinthians 10:23-30All things are lawful, but not all things build up. 10:23We are created to live with both desire and discontent. There is nothing unholy about either one. In fact, nothing good is accomplished without them. But they are powerful drives within us, and the challenge is not be consumed b…
 
January 19, 2021 | Miller ChapelScripture: Philippians 4:4-7Let your gentleness be known to everyone. 4:5At a time of transition into the new semester, and transition into new national leadership, it is good to consider again what kind of people we want to be. Among the last words of the Apostle Paul to the church was the call to be known for its g…
 
November 16, 2020 | ZoomSpeaker: Eddie S. Glaude Jr., author of Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own; James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and chair of the Department of African American Studies, Princeton UniversityModerator: Keri Day, associate professor of constructive theology and African Amer…
 
December 3, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Luke 1:39-45Elizabeth was too old to be a mother. Mary was too young. But the Holy Spirit interrupted the socially conditioned expectations for their lives. And the first person each wanted to find was the other. This may be the first Christian community — two women whose lives were changed by hope when it…
 
November 19, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Mark 8:22-26This is the only account in the four gospels when Jesus has to touch someone twice in order to provide healing. Why was this second touch necessary? Clearly not because Jesus, who raised the dead, had to try harder. All of the healings in the gospels were not about the healings, but they were …
 
November 5, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Ruth 4:13-17According to the text, Naomi, who we met as so bitter, takes the child Obed to her breast. This child was the grandfather of King David. So she was, in the end, able to embrace hope. It is significant that the same women who earlier absorbed Naomi’s bitterness now name the child who they call h…
 
October 29, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Ruth 4:7-12In ancient Hebrew society a pledge was made by the exchanging of sandals in front of witnesses. It was as binding as our signatures on contracts. Covenant community is not just a resource that we use to construct our lives. It is a collection of pledges to be shaped by our life together. Out of …
 
October 8, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Ruth 3:6-13Just as Naomi, Ruth, and Boaz all had plans for how to find redemption, so do we cooperate with the grace of God. Receiving grace is not a passive process, but it involves a lot of searching. Along the way, God redeems our flawed or questionable plans. Naomi and Ruth’s plan was to appeal to Boaz …
 
October 1, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Ruth 2:8-13The community God builds always has room for those who think of themselves as outsiders, which ironically accounts for those who only appear to be insiders. Like Ruth the hungry Moabite, we all come in a desperate search for grace. Boaz presents his community as a shelter under God’s wings. We ar…
 
September 24, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Ruth 1:19-22Sermon: What Is in a Name? When Naomi arrives in Bethlehem she tells her friends, “Call me no longer Naomi,” which means pleasant, “Call me Mara,” which means bitter. And her bitterness is with God. Interestingly, the story and her community keep calling her pleasant even when she wasn’t. Som…
 
September 17, 2020 | Miller ChapelScripture: Ruth 1:1-8, 14-18Naomi finds herself as a Jew in Moab as a widow whose sons have also died. She is discouraged and embittered. There is a famine in Moab so she returns to Judah with one of her daughters-in-law, Ruth, who clings to her even though Naomi doesn’t want her on the journey to her home. No matt…
 
April 2, 2020 | Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis: Part II Panelists:Eric Barreto, MDiv '04, Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New TestamentSonia Waters, PhD '13, Assistant Professor of Pastoral TheologyHeath Carter, Associate Professor of American ChristianityBrian Rainey, Assistant Professor o…
 
March 26, 2020 | Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis: Part IPanelists: Charlene Han Powell, MDiv '09, executive pastor, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church (New York, NY)Don Lincoln, MDiv '80, lead pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church (West Chester, PA), Seminary Board memberRyan Timpte, MDiv/MACEF '10, director of children'…
 
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