Dr. Joanne Jung shows how food has had an enormous affect on our culture today. She shows how food has driven America to have a consumer mentality but also, how it has a positive communal effect between people.
by Michael Longinow
March 28, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow talks about how preconceived notions of viewing certain people apply to those of faith. He particularly expounds on the perspectives Evangelicals have of the Appalachian people.
by Joanne J. Jung
April 13, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung introduces two students to a class to talk about Indian tradition and culture and the impact Western influences have had on the country. They discuss societal expectations and the c...
April 20, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung shows how food has had an enormous affect on our culture today. She shows how food has driven America to have a consumer mentality but also, how it has a positive communal effect be...
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from Biola Digital Ministry Conference 2012
June 5, 2012
Dr. Joanne Jung assesses the profound impact that technological advancement is having on the world today. In her lecture, Dr. Jung unpacks both the detriments and the benefits that the rapid progre...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Aaron J Kleist, Joanne J. Jung, Edward W. Klink III, Richard C. Langer, Paul Spears, and Erik Thoennes
October 24, 2012
In response to a clip from The King's Speech, the Iris panel discusses relationships and identity. They highlight the vulnerability that comes with intimate relationships, especially familial relat...
from The Good Book Blog
February 18, 2011
In the current spiritual formation culture it is easy to equate our spirituality with undertaking spiritual disciplines. There is a temptation to think of spiritual formation as the result of a for...
from BBST 251: Theology I
by Erik Thoennes
February 1, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes introduces his class to the importance of theology using the hymn, "Be Thou My Vision." He continues by relating the personal loves and hates of students to the character of God.
February 3, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes walks his class through the course syllabus and explains the significance of the course material. He places particular emphasis on the value of honoring God with proactive studying.
February 10, 2011
After acknowledging the vast incomprehensibility of God, Dr. Erik Thoennes explains the value of knowing God. He argues why knowledge must move Christians to action and explains that theology is th...
from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling and Jeannine Brown
April 14, 2016
In our complicated contemporary context, how do we begin to locate and abide by the ethics of love? This question is addressed from multiple angles.
by Rick Warren
April 30, 2015
Our society is becoming more diverse and yet we are decreasing in our ability to disagree well. We need reform.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Matt Jenson
April 6, 2011
Dr. Matt Jenson reflects on the significance of the familial nature of the church, illustrating its power to combat poignant feelings of loneliness. Dr. Jenson specifically emphasizes the importanc...