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from CCCA Cultural Conversations
by Todd Pickett, Malcolm Guite, and Steve Bell
March 25, 2015
Dr. Todd Pickett speaks with Malcolm Guite and Steve Bell about the role of poetry, creativity, and repitition in the Christian life. They discuss the practice of liturgy and how a revamped underst...
from 2015 CCCA Conference
by Jeff Jensen and Dane Sanders
March 7, 2015
Dane Sanders interviews film writer and critic Jeff Jansen. They discuss how a Christian can create art while remaining both true to their faith and relevant to their culture. Jansen explains that ...
from Biola Digital Ministry Conference 2012
by John Dyer
June 6, 2012
John Dyer connects Biblical principles such as creation, incarnation and restoration with the expansion of the digital age. Dyer pinpoints the prevalent role that these theological elements are pla...
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 Camille Tucker and Eriq La Salle
February 19, 2015
Camille Tucker speaks with writer and actor Eriq La Salle about his career and the two thriller novels he has recently written. La Salle shares his motivation and method for writing the dark novels...
by Malcolm Guite
March 23, 2015
Poet and singer-songwriter Malcolm Guite shares original works and discusses his intention, inspiration, and experience with each piece. Guite's supurb command of language shines through both his c...
by Scott Cairns
April 26, 2012
As part of Biola's Year of the Arts, Poet Scott Cairns shares a collection of his work.
from 2014 CCCA Razor's Edge Conference
by Laura Lasworth
March 1, 2014
Artist Laura Lasworth of Seattle Pacific University shares some of her artwork and discusses how visual art and narrative coincide. She explains the inspiration behind many of her pieces, particula...
from Center for Christian Thought Lecture Series
by Nicholas Wolterstorff
February 13, 2012
Nicholas Wolterstorff shows just how closely art is tied to the human race. Wolsterstorff also explains how only art can truly bring an idea, a feeling, and even history to its true light.
from ARTS 315: Contemporary Art Trends
by Jonathan A. Anderson
September 23, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on Andy Warhol and the impact of mass media on the arts and the pop art theory that emerged. He lectures briefly on Neo-Dadaism and Proto-Po...