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The Blue and How Music Brings Us Together

The blues, which have so profoundly shaped American popular music – from jazz and rhythm & blues to soul – are regarded as a secular counterpart to the songs that arose out of conditions of chattel slavery, as the theologian James Cone memorably explores in his seminal study, “The Spiritual and the Blues.” Read more about music and community in the article, Songs of worship: Why we sing to the Lord.

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Fuller's Communal Reading of Scripture Project

Announcing the Communal Reading of Scripture project, Fuller's new commitment to facilitate people across the globe...

$30 million to Help Hurricane Victims

The $30 million grant from the Indianapolis-based philanthropic foundation, Lilly Foundation will support the...

Fuller Studio's Voices on Sports

“Rigorous physical activity, like sports, that emphasizes striving, growing, becoming ever better and more capable, is...

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