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from Torrey Honors Institute Lectures
by Eva Brann
March 3, 2016
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from The Common Room
by Janelle Aijian, Anneke Stasson, and Joshua Smith
April 8, 2016
Not all authors in the Torrey curriculum would be able to sign Biola’s statement of faith. What are the benefits—or dangers—of reading authors that disagree with us?
by Fred Sanders, Bob Covolo, and Jason Sexton
October 21, 2014
by Paul Spears, Adam Johnson, Matt Jenson, Fred Sanders, and Janelle Aijian
October 24, 2014
by Robert P. George
March 6, 2014
Dr. Robert P. George of Princeton University speaks on the role of constitution and the public good in government. He carefully argues that the public good is best served by a limited government th...
by Fred Sanders
December 3, 2013
Dr. Fred Sanders discusses the theology of 1 John. He explains the spiraling structure of the book, noting that John's focus is not to argue but to deepen the beliefs of an audience who already has...
by Janelle Aijian, Fred Sanders, and Matt Jenson
January 31, 2014
from 12th Annual G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
by Matt Jenson
March 22, 2013
Dr. Matt Jenson discusses a biblical definition of sin. He explains sin as humanity's turning in on itself; when people look in to themselves to find God, sin occurs. Dr. Jenson considers how Chris...
from G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
by Robert B. Price
March 11, 2011
Dr. Rob Price explains a proper mentality toward the relationship between God and the world. He relates this correct mentality to perspectives on salvation, the Trinity, and the omnipotence of God.
from Torrey Honors: History
by Robert Llizo
September 3, 2010
Dr. Robert Llizo teaches on St. Augustine's theology as it relates to history. He shows that Augustine's mentality toward history centered on God's actions in time. He ends with a question and answ...