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The Sang Hyun Lee Lecture

Posted:Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Thursday, March 16
“In Light of Han (Broken-heartedness or Woundedness”
Lecturer: Dr. Andrew S. Park, professor of theology and ethics, United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio

Available as: Video Audio

John 11:17–36

Posted:Thursday, March 16, 2017

Everyone who lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?
Martha rushed to Jesus, but Mary remained lost in her tears. But both of them offered the same lament at different times: “If you had been here our brother would not have died.” They both believed in their expectations of what Jesus should have done, which is not the same as believing in Jesus.
Available as: Video Audio

The Alexander Thompson Lecture

Posted:Thursday, March 09, 2017

Thursday, March 2
“Divine Fire and the Politics of Imagination: Mythic Reality and Cognitive Ambiguity in Deuteronomy.”
Lecturer: Dr. Dexter Callender Jr., associate professor of religious studies at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida
Available as: Video Audio

John 11:1–16

Posted:Thursday, March 02, 2017

...after hearing that Lazarus was ill, he stayed two days longer in the place where he was.
The RSV states that “because” Jesus loved them he stayed away when he heard that Lazarus was dying. Some translate the text by saying, “Jesus loved them; therefore, he stayed away...” Jesus doesn’t come just in the nick of time, but long afterwards. That’s because he wants us to love him and not what he can do for us. When we surrender to that love we discover that he does far more than we imagined.
Available as: Video Audio

A Fireside Chat: “Breaking the Stained-Glass Ceiling: Women Leaders in the 21st Century Church”

Posted:Monday, February 27, 2017

Thursday, February 23

Speakers:
The Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, senior minister, The Riverside Church, New York, New York
The Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli, senior pastor, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington DC
The Rev. Shannon Johnson Kershner, senior pastor, Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, Illinois
The Rev. Courtney Clayton Jenkins, senior pastor, South Euclid United Church of Christ, South Euclid, Ohio
Available as: Video Audio

Jonah 3:1–5

Posted:Thursday, February 23, 2017

God changed his mind ...
The Hebrew notion is that God’s will is open ended, waiting to make holy responses to our response. It is always possible to repent, or turn, to the God who is waiting to turn to us. But this grace is a scandal to those who think of themselves as righteous. Our calling is never to judge who is right and who is wrong, but only to invite others and ourselves to keep turning back to God.
Available as: Video Audio

Jonah 1:1–3

Posted:Monday, February 06, 2017

Jonah set out to flee to Tarshish from the presence of God
Jonah received a clear mission from God he did not want. So he tried to run not just from this calling, but also from God. But mission is not just an option on career day. We don’t look for it; it looks for us. And to reject it is to flee from being in the presence of God. But God will relentlessly look for us. It is impossible to hide from God.
Available as: Video Audio

Carols of Many Nations

Posted:Monday, December 19, 2016

Wednesday, December 14
The 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.
Available as: Video Audio

Princeton Ringers Holiday Handbell Concert

Posted:Monday, December 12, 2016

Saturday, December 10
“On This Day Earth Shall Ring”
Featuring Princeton Seminary students, spouses, staff, and friends from churches across the community. 
Available as: Video Audio

Luke 2:8–11

Posted:Friday, December 09, 2016

Advent is either judgment or the coming of a miracle. If we use this season only to work ourselves into a frenzy to create the perfect holiday for those we serve it will inevitably be a judgment because we cannot possibly do enough. But if we lead others in opening our hearts, we may see a holy day of miracle. Holiday or Holy Day. It’s up to you.
Available as: Video Audio

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