A center for public theology in the Neo-Calvinist tradition, the Richard John Mouw Institute of Faith and Public Life was established at Fuller Theological Seminary to advance Neo-Calvinist research and collaboration around the public-theological issues facing the church today. To that end Mouw Institute supports a diverse community of scholars and doctoral students working in public theology. Together we convene critical and creative conversations and produce the research and resources that public Christians need to faithfully engage the global public square today.
Directed by Dr. Matthew Kaemingk, the Mouw Institute was established in honor of Fuller’s long-time president and professor of faith and public life, Dr. Richard Mouw. As one of the world’s leading voices in public theology, Mouw’s Neo-Calvinist vision for faithful engagement in public life serves as a guiding light for our work.