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from ISCL 501: Dynamics of the Religious Experience
by Douglas Hayward
February 18, 2011
Dr. Douglas Hayward looks at the types and symptoms of demon possession. He warns that Christians must not be quick to ascribe symptoms to demons.
from Torrey Honors Institute Lectures
by Fred Sanders, Bob Covolo, and Jason Sexton
October 21, 2014
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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...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Allen L Yeh
May 6, 2011
Dr. Allen Yeh discusses the role that horizontal relationships play under a personal devotion to God. Dr. Yeh challenges his audience to reorient their system of priorities with an understanding of...
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 Paul Spears, Adam Johnson, Matt Jenson, Fred Sanders, and Janelle Aijian
October 24, 2014
from Talbot Chapel: Fall 2010
by Benjamin C Shin
September 21, 2010
Professor Ben Shin proves from God's Word that the strength of the church and its leaders must be in the grace of God, which is sufficient to overcome any obstacle.
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?
from BBST 251: Theology I
by Erik Thoennes
February 15, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes defines the popular belief of Moralistic Therapeutic Deism and shows how it is refuted by good theological practices. He prompts his students to engage culture and evangelism with...
from PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2010)
by Christopher R Grace
October 25, 2010
Dr. Grace explains the concept of classical conditioning, giving many helpful and sometimes humorous examples from hypnosis, to Pavlov's dogs, to group behavior, to disciplining children.