The Future of Paradise: Our Bodies, Our Faith, Our Biosphere

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011

Artist in Residence John Chan explores the Biblical narrative of Eden and the New Jerusalem while critically examining cultural conditioning and ecological crises. By doing so, he reveals the root of the crises to be stemming from character and not from technology.

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  • John Chan

    • Environmental Designer, Formation Association

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    29. The Future of Paradise: Our Bodies, Our Faith, Our Biosphere

    by John Chan

    29:23 — February 23, 2011

    The Future of Paradise: Our Bodies, Our Faith, Our Biosphere

    Artist in Residence John Chan explores the Biblical narrative of Eden and the New Jerusalem while critically examining cultural conditioning and ecological crises. By doing so, he reveals the root ...

  • 30. Running the Race with Perseverance

    by Barry H. Corey

    24:44 — February 21, 2011

    Running the Race with Perseverance

    President Barry H. Corey encourages students to run the race of life and strive towards their heart's pursuit like an athlete prepares for a big race as opposed to meandering through life, walking ...

  • Living the Legacy: Real-Life Stories of Exceptional Alumni

    Alumni Board President Brian Stiles honors five alumni and their achievements since leaving Biola. He talks about how following God with radical abandon can lead to success.

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