Templeton Speaker Series: David Taylor

David TaylorDr. Taylor will be joining Eastern and Templeton for two events. Please join us!

1) Dr. Taylor will present for Honors Forum on Thursday, April 11th in McInnis Auditorium: "Hardwired to Sing"

2) He will also present for Windows on the World. Friday, April 12th at 10am in McInnis Auditorium.

Dr. David Taylor joined the Fuller faculty in 2014. Prior to his appointment at Fuller, Dr. Taylor served as a pastor for ten years in Austin, Texas. Born and raised in Guatemala City, he has lectured widely on the arts in both academic and popular settings, from Thailand to South Africa.

Taylor’s most recent book is A Body of Praise: Understanding the Role of Our Physical Bodies in Worship (2023). He is also the author of Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life (2020).

Taylor serves on the advisory board for Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts as well as IVP Academic’s series, “Studies in Theology and the Arts” and has served as board member of Christians In the Visual Arts (CIVA).

An ordained Anglican priest, he leads an annual retreat for pastors and artists at Laity Lodge in central Texas. In 2016 he produced a short film on the psalms with Bono and Eugene Peterson.