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An annual event at Seattle Pacific since 1978, the Alfred S. Palmer Lecture seeks to bring the best minds and hearts in Wesleyan theology and Biblical studies to campus to discuss the Christian faith from a Wesleyan perspective. The lectureship is held in the honor of Alfred Palmer, a minister and ministry leader in Western Washington for more than 50 years.



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Jan 30, 2015 Stephen Fowl
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2015/01/22. Palmer Lecture. Professor of Theology, Loyola University Maryland.
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Jan 30, 2015 Stephen Fowl
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2015/01/22. Palmer Lecture. Professor of Theology, Loyola University Maryland.
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2012/01/12. Professor of Practical Theology and Pastoral Care, University of Aberdeen. 2012 Palmer Lecture.
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Apr 5, 2011 J. Kameron Carter
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2011/01/26. Addresses issues of race, theology, and the church as he discusses "Post-Racial Religion: or, The Question of the Neighbor in the 21st Century." Associate Professor of Theology, Duke University.
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Apr 5, 2011 J. Kameron Carter
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2011/01/26. Addresses issues of race, theology, and the church as he discusses "Post-Racial Religion: or, The Question of the Neighbor in the 21st Century." Associate Professor of Theology, Duke University.
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Apr 5, 2011 J. Kameron Carter
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2011/01/26. Addresses issues of race, theology, and the church as he discusses "Post-Racial Religion: or, The Question of the Neighbor in the 21st Century." Associate Professor of Theology, Duke University.
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Feb 10, 2011 J. Kameron Carter
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2011/01/27. Addresses issues of race, theology, and the church as he discusses "Post-Racial Religion: or, The Question of the Neighbor in the 21st Century." Associate Professor of Theology, Duke University.
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Feb 8, 2011 J. Kameron Carter
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2011/01/27. Addresses issues of race, theology, and the church as he discusses "Post-Racial Religion: or, The Question of the Neighbor in the 21st Century." Associate Professor of Theology, Duke University.
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Sep 14, 2010 Ellen Charry
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2007/02/13. Contrasts Biblical and modern views of happiness, enjoyment, and joy. Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Seminary. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series.
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Aug 26, 2010 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Encourages theological study that is rich with prayer, mystery, wonder, freedom, and community. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture - School of Theology Luncheon.
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Aug 26, 2010 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Describes the oneness of the Church in respect to historical reality and Christian truth-claims, challenging Christian witness and self-identity. Palmer Lecture. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Aug 26, 2010 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Identifies positive and negative associations of salvation images in the Bible, seeking a comprehensive model of Christian salvation. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Aug 26, 2010 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/05. Shares personal story of faith and journey to the Orthodox tradition; answers questions about the Eastern and Western Churches. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture - Faculty Luncheon.
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Aug 26, 2010 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Explores the Christian life as an instrument of reconciliation by physically being in the middle of the conflict. Palmer Lecture Chapel. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Aug 26, 2010 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Argues that leftist politics is an attempt to do what the church has tried to do and failed especially within the context of the church's division. Palmer Theology Student Union Luncheon. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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2009/03/11. Describes Paul's apostleship as a means for him to address specific, relational problems in tangible ways not to establish an idealized church. Palmer Faculty Luncheon. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Aug 26, 2010 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Gives a holistic model of prayer, explaining how the traditional Jesus Prayer and prayerful silence are practiced in the Orthodox Christianity. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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2009/03/11. Describes Paul's apostleship as a means for him to address specific, relational problems in tangible ways not to establish an idealized church. Palmer Faculty Luncheon. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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2009/03/11. Describes Paul's apostleship as a means for him to address specific, relational problems in tangible ways not to establish an idealized church. Palmer Faculty Luncheon. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Apr 17, 2009 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Argues that leftist politics is an attempt to do what the church has tried to do and failed especially within the context of the church's division. Palmer Theology Student Union Luncheon. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Apr 17, 2009 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Explores the Christian life as an instrument of reconciliation by physically being in the middle of the conflict. Palmer Lecture Chapel. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Apr 17, 2009 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Describes the oneness of the Church in respect to historical reality and Christian truth-claims, challenging Christian witness and self-identity. Palmer Lecture. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Apr 16, 2009 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Describes the oneness of the Church in respect to historical reality and Christian truth-claims, challenging Christian witness and self-identity. Palmer Lecture. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Apr 16, 2009 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Argues that leftist politics is an attempt to do what the church has tried to do and failed especially within the context of the church's division. Palmer Theology Student Union Luncheon. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Mar 11, 2009 Ephraim Radner
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2009/03/10. Explores the Christian life as an instrument of reconciliation by physically being in the middle of the conflict. Palmer Lecture Chapel. Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College.
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Mar 26, 2008 Greg Jones
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2000/02/10. Urges Christians to live the newness of baptism in a lying, deceptive world by looking to mentors and developing good habits consistently. Dean of Divinity School, Duke University. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Mar 17, 2008 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Encourages theological study that is rich with prayer, mystery, wonder, freedom, and community. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture - School of Theology Luncheon.
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Mar 17, 2008 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/05. Shares personal story of faith and journey to the Orthodox tradition; answers questions about the Eastern and Western Churches. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture - Faculty Luncheon.
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Mar 17, 2008 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Identifies positive and negative associations of salvation images in the Bible, seeking a comprehensive model of Christian salvation. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Mar 14, 2008 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/05. Shares personal story of faith and journey to the Orthodox tradition; answers questions about the Eastern and Western Churches. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture - Faculty Luncheon.
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Mar 14, 2008 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Identifies positive and negative associations of salvation images in the Bible, seeking a comprehensive model of Christian salvation. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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2008/03/04. Encourages theological study that is rich with prayer, mystery, wonder, freedom, and community. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture - School of Theology Luncheon.
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2008/03/04. Gives a holistic model of prayer, explaining how the traditional Jesus Prayer and prayerful silence are practiced in the Orthodox Christianity. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Mar 5, 2008 Kallistos Ware
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2008/03/04. Gives a holistic model of prayer, explaining how the traditional Jesus Prayer and prayerful silence are practiced in the Orthodox Christianity. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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2001/02/08. Parallels Paul's evangelistic work to the Corinthians to pastoral issues today, drawing implications for ministry.
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Feb 13, 2008 Greg Jones
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2000/02/10. Urges Christians to live the newness of baptism in a lying, deceptive world by looking to mentors and developing good habits consistently. Dean of Divinity School, Duke University. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Dennis Kinlaw
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1983/04/07. Looks at Philippians 2:5-11, pointing to Jesus as the ultimate example of submitting one's will to God. Professor of Biblical Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Dennis Kinlaw
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1983/04/06. Looks at the lives of the disciples as recorded in last eight chapters of Mark, admonishing listeners to submit to God's will. Professor of Biblical Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 William Willimon
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1995/02/09. Studies John 2:1-12, Jesus' first miracle at the wedding in Cana, encouraging listeners to approach the passage from a new perspective. Professor of Christian Ministry and Dean of Chapel, Duke University. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Theodore Runyon
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1996/02/08. Looks at the distinctive contribution, hope and expected transformation, of the Wesleyan tradition to ecumenical theology and the whole church. Professor of Systematic Theology, Emory University. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Rebekah Miles
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2006/03/07. Looks at what it means to live well and use the means that God has offered us to be fruitful. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Dennis Kinlaw
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1983/04/05. Looks at Mark 8:27-38, arguing that we can know Jesus based on his interactions with people and we can best witness for Christ by loving others. Professor of Biblical Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Dennis Kinlaw
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1983/04/08. Examines Genesis 12:1-9, God's calling of Abraham, urging listeners to submit their lives and possessions to God's will. Professor of Biblical Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Theodore Runyon
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1996/02/09. Explores the idea that faith involves a degree of 'right emotion,' or experience, that is intrinsic to a full, Christian life. Professor of Systematic Theology, Emory University. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Clark Pinnock
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2002/10/21. Traces the development of the view of the nature of God as loving, personal, relational and triune. Author and Theology Professor, McMaster Divinity College. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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1996/02/06. Human rights, the rights of the poor, women's rights, and the environment. Professor of Systematic Theology, Emory University. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Dennis Kinlaw
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1983/04/04. Examines Jesus' approach to working with people, arguing that faith cannot be forced. Professor of Biblical Theology, Asbury Theological Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Clark Pinnock
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2002/10/21. Traces the development of the view of the nature of God as loving, personal, relational and triune. Author and Theology Professor, McMaster Divinity College. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Ellen Charry
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2007/02/12. Explores the Christian doctrine of happiness. Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Seminary. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Wayne McCown
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1980/04/17. Living by the Christian doctrine of hope in an age of cynicism. Professor; Dean of Faculty, Western Evangelical Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series.
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Nov 3, 2007 Greg Jones
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2000/02/11. Explores habits, how we sustain a sense of vocation, who we are, and who we're called to be over the course of an entire lifetime. Dean of Divinity School, Duke University. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Ellen Charry
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2007/02/13. Contrasts Biblical and modern views of happiness, enjoyment, and joy. Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Seminary. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series.
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Nov 3, 2007 Wayne McCown
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1980/04/18. Following God's recipe for revival for the spiritually dead. Professor; Dean of Faculty, Western Evangelical Seminary. Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series.
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Nov 3, 2007 William Willimon
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1995/02/10. Being a missionary to our world. Professor of Christian Ministry and Dean of Chapel, Duke University. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series.
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Nov 3, 2007 Rebekah Miles
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2006/03/07. Looks at what it means to live well and use the means that God has offered us to be fruitful. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Ellen Charry
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2007/02/12. Explores the Christian doctrine of happiness. Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Seminary. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture.
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Nov 3, 2007 Ellen Charry
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2007/02/13. Contrasts Biblical and modern views of happiness, enjoyment, and joy. Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Seminary. The Alfred S. Palmer Lecture Series.