Dr. Joanne Jung dialogues with students about being stewards of God's creation by converging occupation with sound theology. She elaborates on how cultural boundaries and experiences particularly impact journalists.
by Christopher R Grace
October 6, 2010
Dr. Grace teaches about subliminal messaging and reveals way in which it is effective and ways in which it fails. He explores topics ranging from subliminal messaging in advertising to lower theft...
by Joanne J. Jung
February 2, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung dialogues with students about being stewards of God's creation by converging occupation with sound theology. She elaborates on how cultural boundaries and experiences particularly i...
by Michael Longinow
February 21, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow compares First Amendment rights such as freedom of the press and of religion to those in more censured countries such as China. He talks about the pros and cons of suppressing ...
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: Spring 2012
by Joanne J. Jung, Aaron J Kleist, Richard C. Langer, Timothy Muehlhoff, Paul Spears, and Erik Thoennes
February 13, 2012
Biola University IRIS professors analyze and discuss the movie "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" offering reflections on the nature of evil, social construction, propaganda, and the reality of evil ...
from When God Seems Silent
May 12, 2012
Dr. Joanne Jung explains how God uses trial to grow His people. She uses illustrations from Job and from personal experience.
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How do religion, culture, and the media interact in an increasingly globalized, postmodern world? Biblical studies and theology professor Joanne Jung and journalism professor Michael Longinow expl...
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The information age has made a profound impact on society, and the Christian community must be ready to respond to the changing dynamic. In this collection, speakers analyze the effect of media on ...
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 Stanley Hauerwas and Evan Rosa
March 22, 2016
Often distanced from each other, Hauerwas explains that "conflict and peaceableness are necessary allies." This alliance is brought to bear on the American political atmosphere and current events.
by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, Jeannine Brown, and Evan Rosa
April 14, 2016
Our globalized world connects us to individuals and groups from all over. As Christians, how do we relate to them with love while our country or culture might do otherwise?
from Commencement Addresses
by Roberta Green Ahmanson
December 16, 2011
At the Fall 2011 Commencement Ceremonies, Visionary-in-Residence Roberta Green Ahmanson calls students to rekindle a need for prophetic vision in their lives. Ahmanson talks about pitfalls in toda...