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from Torrey Honors Institute Lectures
from The Common Room
Not all authors in the Torrey curriculum would be able to sign Biola’s statement of faith. What are the benefits—or dangers—of reading authors that disagree with us?
from Interview with William Hasker
William Hasker (Huntington College) presents an Open Theism view as a way to deal with God’s foreknowledge, human freedom, and evil.
Dr. Robert P. George of Princeton University speaks on the role of constitution and the public good in government. He carefully argues that the public good is best served by a limited government th...
from CCCA Cultural Conversations
A panel of great minds discuss art, philosophy, and theology. The group considers the place of art in the church, its value beyond didacticism, and the power of art to transform the imagination.
from The Biola Hour
by Jamie Sanchez and Mike Ahn
March 19, 2018
Dr. Jamie Sanchez - professor of intercultural studies - joins us to discuss the lost art of developing deep, meaningful friendships. College seems like a place where friendships just bloom, but th...
by Adam Edgerly
February 19, 2018
by Curtiss Deyoung
February 17, 2018
February 16, 2018
by Landon White, Andre Stephens, Christina Lee Kim, and Andy Draycott
February 14, 2018
by Albert Tate
February 12, 2018
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October 10, 2017
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The theme for the 82nd Annual Torrey Memorial Bible Conference, lifted right from the language of the Nicene Creed, proclaims that the Holy Spirit (Gk. pneuma, “breath” or “wind”), the “Giver of Li...
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September 21, 2017
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Resilience: Growing Stronger Through Struggle
Some people are undone by suffering. Others are made stronger. Still others flourish in it.
Join us for a conference exploring the mystery and me...
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August 28, 2017
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