Ruth Naomi Floyd explains the history, meaning, and significance of African-American sacred music and blues.
by Jeremiah Enna
March 3, 2012
Jeremiah Enna, founder and executive director of The Culture House, discusses the work his organization has done in promoting art and spiritual development in their students.
by Ruth Naomi Floyd
March 3, 2012
March 4, 2012
Year of the Arts Symposium participants share insights, scriptures, and works of art as demonstrations of art in worship.
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In this series, listeners will be challenged to consider the dynamic relationship between art and faith. David Taylor, Charlene Melhorn, and Lynn Aldrich discuss how art might be used to communicat...
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March 1, 2012
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A collection of speakers which includes Nicholas Wolterstorff, Roberta Ahmanson, Jonathan Anderson, and David Nystrom addresses the topic of sacred spaces. As each speaker brings his or her own vis...
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by Dana Gioia
February 7, 2012
As part of Biola's Year of the Arts, Dana Gioia explains the significance of poetry. He shares a selection of his own poetry.
by Lyrica Taylor
February 21, 2012
Lyrica Taylor explains the history and meaning of a handful of works featured in Biola's art exhibition for the Year of the Arts.
by Judith Mendelsohn Rood
March 22, 2012
As part of Biola's Year of the Arts, Judith Rood gives an analysis of Islamic architecture and art in Jerusalem.
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by Mark Whitlock
February 16, 2012
Mark Whitlock speaks to Biola students during a Reconciliation Chapel about the history of racism in America and specifically its effects - both positive and negative - on African American Christia...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
by Andy Crouch
May 2, 2013
Andy Crouch begins his message by leading his audience in a gospel spiritual. He explains that the spiritual came from the oral tradition of African-American slaves. Crouch goes on to discuss idola...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Stephanie Lindo, Stephanie Brawn, and Phillip L. Wallace
February 12, 2015
African-American students share their experiences of black cutlure and Biola. They explain some of their own backgrounds and how the cultures they grew up with both meshed and clashed with the Biol...