Roberta Ahmanson discusses the significance and meaning that sacred space provides.
by Dayton Castleman, Jonathan A. Anderson, Linnea Spransy, Anna M.R. Freeman, and Alastair Gordon
March 2, 2012
A panel of Christian artists reflect on the unique position in which they find themselves in the art world. They discuss helpful ways to conjoin the worlds of art and Christianity.
by Roberta Green Ahmanson
March 2, 2012
by Elizabeth Lev
March 2, 2012
Elizabeth Lev examines Christian architecture in Rome to show its historical significance and theological meaning.
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from 2014 CCCA Razor's Edge Conference
March 1, 2014
Roberta Ahmanson discusses the architecture of her home, named "Casa de los Peregrinos" or "Home of the Pilgrims." She explains the details and symbolism of the architecture, commenting that it was...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
May 4, 2012
Biola's 2011 Visionary-in-Resident Roberta Green Ahmanson addresses the Biola student body on the positive benefits of the Year of the Arts and the importance of prophetic vision grounded in the re...
from Commencement Addresses
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...
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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...
from Year of the Arts
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.
from ISCL 501: Dynamics of the Religious Experience
by Douglas Hayward
February 18, 2011
Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses the significance, meaning, and hermeneutics of myth.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite
March 26, 2015
Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite discuss the stations of the cross. They share songs and poetry that probe into the meaning and significance of each station and the implications that each station has f...
by Kurt Simonson
March 26, 2012
Art professor Kurt Simonson shares stories with Biola students about his spiritual journey and how photography and the concept of sacred space has formed him and his view of God. He challenges stu...