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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010
by Jonathan A. Anderson, Aaron J Kleist, Richard C. Langer, Timothy Muehlhoff, Paul Spears, and Erik Thoennes
May 19, 2010
As a part of the Integrated Reflections on Interdisciplinary Studies (IRIS) class, a discussion panel looks at pain and the Christian responsibility to respond to it.
May 17, 2010
from The Biola Hour
by Timothy Muehlhoff and Mike Ahn
October 23, 2017
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff - professor, speaker, and author - joins us to discuss his new book (co-written with Dr. Rick Langer), Winsome Persuasion. He answers questions that Christians must wrestle throug...
from Love Matters
by Judy Ten Elshof, Keith J Edwards, Kristen White, and Kathleen Doyle
February 16, 2011
The "Love Matters" chapel series hosts an evening seminar where experts discuss what it means to cope with pain in relationships from the female perspective. The panelists cover diverse topics such...
by Jonathan M Lunde, Gary H Strauss, Jonathan A. Anderson, and Gina Sunukjian
February 17, 2011
The "Love Matters" chapel series offers a seminar covering one of the most controversial issues in relationships: sex. Featuring Dr. Jon Lunde, Dr. Gary Strauss, Dr. Jonathan Anderson and Gina Sunu...
by Christopher R Grace and Alisa Grace
August 31, 2015
What does it look like to become spiritually intimate with another person? Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace discuss practical tips on how you can create a spiritually intimate, flourishing relationship wi...
from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Alan Tjeltveit, Thomas Jay Oord, and Evan Rosa
March 7, 2016
Tom and Alan respond to the question of what a distinctly Christian definition of love might look like.
from To Everyone an Answer
by Lenny Esposito
November 18, 2011
Lenny Espositio, President and Founder of Come Reason Ministries, explains how Christians can respond to proponents of deviant Christianies. He provides a number of tools to respond to both Jehovah...
March 7, 2016
What are the marks of love particularly in response to brokenness, suffering, sin, finitude?