President of Fuller Seminary reflects on Protestant study
his last visit to Duke Divinity School October 15-16, Fuller Theological
Seminary president, Dr. Richard Mouw, reflected in a video interview on a study
confirming Protestant vales are no longer embedded in the culture.
a world view, Mouw referenced the Father looking down at his children, saying, “We
should be seeing things as God sees them--at least in our capacity as human
said that what is often at the center of God’s vision is at the margin of
a kind of seeing that goes beyond surfaces, which can be demonstrated by
looking at others as God’s work of art,” said Mouw.
was a featured lecturer at Duke’s 2012 Convocation & Pastor’s School, which
centered on the role of congregations in forming Christians for today and the
future, as well as what formation and reformation is needed for pastors and
professors in ministry.
See the video and read the transcript to an interview with Duke’s “Faith and Leadership” here.