Dr. Michael Longinow talks about how different cultures shape perceptions about suffering. He goes in-depth with Japan's response to suffering particularly in the March 2011 tsunami and WWII.
by Michael Longinow
February 7, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow talks about popular views of the influence of religion in higher education and in journalism. He shows how exposing wrongs are not always tied to negative attributes and how th...
March 21, 2011
by Scott B Rae
September 18, 2010
Dr. Scott Rae teaches ethical and moral principles useful for wrestling with the topics of death, dying, euthanasia, and assisted suicide. Dr. Rae gives specific considerations for individuals walk...
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from BBST 465: Religion, Culture and Media
February 7, 2011
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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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March 28, 2011
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The world is filled with sin, sorrow, and suffering. Fortunately for those who believe in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ there is a hope which is found amidst that suffering. In these rich le...
from JOUR 111: Introduction to Public Relations
by Carolyn Kim
January 28, 2013
Professor Carolyn Kim introduces her class to the concept of public relations. She explains that public relations is "the management of communication between an organization and its publics." She c...
February 4, 2013
Professor Carolyn Kim continues to define public relations. She explains the differences between PR and advertising, journalism, and marketing as well as how PR benefits these fields of business.
February 11, 2013
Professor Carolyn Kim outlines some of the fundamental ethical values of public relations. She explains that honesty is absolutely necessary for successful PR because it is an industry built on tru...
from Interview with William Hasker
by William Hasker and Gregg A Ten Elshof
February 7, 2013
CCT Director Gregg Ten Elshof interviews philosopher William Hasker (Huntington College) about issues in philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, and theology.
from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, Jeannine Brown, and Evan Rosa
April 14, 2016
Rosa, Corbin Reuschling, and Brown share insight on the complexities as well as the practical outworkings of this difficult but central command.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2008
by Barry H. Corey
December 5, 2008
President Barry H. Corey issues Biola's response to the economic crisis and encourages his audience to place their trust in God in times of uncertainty.