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from 2014 CCCA Razor's Edge Conference
by Roberta Green Ahmanson
March 1, 2014
Roberta Ahmanson discusses the architecture of her home, named "Casa de los Peregrinos" or "Home of the Pilgrims." She explains the details and symbolism of the architecture, commenting that it was...
by Tim Downs and Timothy Muehlhoff
February 28, 2014
Author Tim Downs gives two lectures: the first on the difference between sowing and reaping demonstrated in John 4, and the second on communicating truth imaginatively and indirectly. Downs argues ...
by Trevor Hart, Melissa Schubert, Daniel Callis, and Christopher Davidson
November 5, 2013
A panel of great minds discuss art, philosophy, and theology. The group considers when or whether a piece is ever "finished," and the ways that these works can be revisited.
by Trevor Hart
November 4, 2013
Biola University CCCA Visionary-in-Residence, Dr. Trevor Hart, discusses the importance of imagination to the Christian faith and to good theology thereof. He explains the various ways that Christi...
by Daniel Callis, Brent A. Ridley, Kristen Irwin, and Timothy H Pickavance
October 1, 2013
A panel from various disciples convenes to discuss art as it intersects with faith and science. The discussion centers on the work of panelist Linnea Spransy. Spransy explains some of her practice,...
from Undergraduate Chapel: After Dark Spring 2013
by Andy Crouch
May 1, 2013
Andy Crouch explains the significance of play to the Christian life. He specifies his point, saying that the "play" he is referring to is far more like playing a violin than playing a CD. Crouch sh...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
by William Dyrness
February 14, 2013
Dr. William Dyrness of Fuller Theological Seminary considers the ways that art demonstrates the plan of God, particularly in lament. He explains that lament is a key aspect of Christian worship bec...
February 13, 2013
Dr. William Dyrness of Fuller Theological Seminary explains from Scripture that human desires are intrinsic to creation. This truth implies that the church should seek to connect with people in the...
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 Commencement Addresses
by Mako Fujimura
May 26, 2012
At the Spring 2012 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony, contemporary artist Mako Fujimura examines the idea of imagination through the lens of both an unorthodox school in New York and the tragedy ...