from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
Dr. Ashish Naidu grapples with the seemingly conflicting messages of God's love and God's wrath as taught by Jesus Christ. In his examination of God's judgment, Dr. Naidu emphasizes the Christian m...
from PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2010)
Dr. Grace discusses claims of ESP, clairvoyance, and precognition, showing examples that seem to "prove" these states. He goes on to show that the evidence provided by science is inconclusive and ...
Dr. Grace explains the concept of classical conditioning, giving many helpful and sometimes humorous examples from hypnosis, to Pavlov's dogs, to group behavior, to disciplining children.
Dr. Grace talks about the effect of neurotransmitters on our day-to-day life. He discusses the effect of drugs on our biological and chemical condition. The use and abuse of chemicals affect our ...
Dr. Allen Yeh discusses the role that horizontal relationships play under a personal devotion to God. Dr. Yeh challenges his audience to reorient their system of priorities with an understanding of...
from BBST 450: Apologetics
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse refutes Darwinian evolution. He demonstrates its continuous failure to correspond with scientific data.
from Biola Magazine
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from ISCL 501: Dynamics of the Religious Experience
Dr. Douglas Hayward looks at the types and symptoms of demon possession. He warns that Christians must not be quick to ascribe symptoms to demons.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2014
by Joshua Fredenburg
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Featuring composers Dave Martina, Jonathan Neal, JAC Redford, and Mike Watts. October 11, 2014.
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