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from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Nicholas Wolterstorff and George Hunsinger
May 17, 2012
Philosophers George Hunsinger and Nicholas Wolterstorff debate the validity and weight of Hunsinger's Golden Rule Theory. Is this strict, man-made framework something that can hold up in the wake ...
from Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Week
by Michael Berenbaum
April 26, 2012
Rabbi Michael Berenbaum discusses the importance of holocaust education and explains why it is important for Christian study. Following, he opens the session for questions and answers.
from BBST 450: Apologetics
by Jon Rittenhouse
April 17, 2012
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse teaches on the powerful historical and scriptural evidence for Christ's death and resurrection.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Stetson Butler
April 5, 2012
Stetson Butler leads Biola students in Passion Week reflections on the true meaning of Jesus' life, death and resurrection, especially in the context of expectations of 1st century Israel and its r...
by Greg S Peters
April 2, 2012
Dr. Greg Peters addresses Biola students during Holy Week as part of the Year of the Arts series "In This Place" and reflects on the cross of Christ. He encourages students to consider the cross o...
from TTTH 613: Theology III
by Robert L. Saucy
November 29, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the proper understanding of the new Covenant with God as revealed in the New Testament. He discusses the Christian's f...
from TTPT 703: The Church and Society
by Scott B Rae
November 10, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae inspects the Just War Theory in an effort to establish a moral compass pertaining to military conflict. Dr. Rae's lecture relies on the truth of Scripture in order to form a Biblicall...
November 10, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the meaning of justification in Christ through His atoning work on the Cross, with attention paid to the law, sin, and ...
November 8, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae examines the topic of pacifism and the two opposing views on it. In his lecture, Dr. Rae proposes ethical and theological questions that must be addressed by either view in order for ...
November 3, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the controversial doctrine of sin and its ramifications, exploring passages through the New Testament addressing sin an...