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from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Linnea Spransy
September 27, 2012
Artist Linnea Spransy looks at two biblical analogies of humanity (stars and sand) to understand human uniqueness. She notes that with so many unique people on the earth, God is expressing through ...
from Year of the Arts
by John A. Bloom
May 10, 2012
John Bloom uses astronomy to illustrate the magnificence and power of God displayed in creation. He continues to look at the reverence given to the name of God in ancient Hebrew.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Doretha O'Quinn
May 7, 2012
Vice Provost Doretha O'Quinn encourages the student body at Biola as they end the school year to create sacred space where they can find solitude with God, following Jesus' example of spending inte...
from ARTS 315: Contemporary Art Trends
by Jonathan A. Anderson
November 11, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on contemporary art and its move towards perceiving and criticizing the human condition, focusing on Christian perspectives of observing the ...