Eric Barreto is frequently invited to speak in academic and ministry contexts. The following videos are a selection of his speaking engagements. To find out where Dr. Barreto is speaking next, see his Upcoming Events.
The Biblical Call to Welcome the Stranger | February 2017
Dr. Eric D. Barreto (Assoc. Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary and Dr. Jacqueline Hidalgo (Assoc. Professor of Latina/o Studies and Religion at Williams College) look to the Bible to guide us through our response to Immigration, Migration and Refugees.
500 Extravaganza | March 2017
A People for God's Name: Race, Ethnicity, and the Bible Today | May 2016
Dr. Eric Barreto, Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary brings the Myron Taylor Lectureship at Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan College on the topic "A People for God's Name: Race, Ethnicity, and the Bible Today."
Rise up at Ford Field | July 2015
Working Preacher | December 2011
Eric Barreto talks about why he loves to teach and preach the gospels.
Working Preacher | SEptember 2009
Eric Barreto encourages preachers to find ways to approach a familiar text with fresh eyes.
Celebrating Our Differences | September 2014
Synod Assembly | May 2016
Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto presented the 2016 Synod Assembly Bible Study on texts from the Gospel of Luke.
Fortress Press Live podcast | August 2014
In this inaugural episode of the Fortress Press Live podcast, Eric Barreto talks about his book Reading Theologically from the Foundations for Learning series.