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from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Nicholas Wolterstorff and Evan Rosa
March 15, 2016
Nicholas Wolterstorff comments on the biblical passage 1 John 4:18, "There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been pe...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Carolyn Kim
May 15, 2015
Dr. Carolyn Kim discusses trustworthiness and the Christian responsibility to carry credible influence. She urges her listeners to understand their identity so that they can be authentic, to listen...
by Moses Hooper, Callahan Blum, Lydia Rankin, and Mike Ahn
May 1, 2015
Three students share their testimonies of struggling with addictions, trauma, and illness. The students tell of how God has demonstrated his faithfulness through their circumstances and encourage t...
by Priscilla Cobb, Jonathan Seruyange, and Luis Reyna
April 29, 2015
Three spoken word poets share original pieces reflecting on life with God, identity, and trial. The poets ask challenging questions and provoke their listeners to consider more than first appearance.
by Jason Martinkus and Shelley Martinkus
April 22, 2015
Jason and Shelley Martinkus share their story of secret addictions and lies. They vulnerably share everything they dealt with and explain how God is both redeeming their marriage and restoring each...
by Halee Gray Scott
March 20, 2015
Dr. Halee Gray Scott speaks about the need for true love and affection in an oversexed culture. She explains how the sexual culture complicates the process of learning how to handle working and fri...
by Melanie Hulbert
February 19, 2015
Dr. Melanie Hulbert of Western State Colorado University speaks about the identities of her Biola audience as individuals and as a community. She explains that these identities are beautiful displa...
by Julie Canlis
February 4, 2015
Dr. Julie Canlis discusses desert seasons in preparation for lent. She explains that desert seasons prepare believers be causing them to reposition their identities under Christ. Dr. Canlis reminds...
from From the Table
by Gregg A Ten Elshof, Steven L Porter, and Thomas M Crisp
August 27, 2014
Does Jesus' teaching on agape love suggest a better way toward civil discourse? Would changing our attitude or tone produce better conversations about tough cultural issues? How can we walk the fin...
by Todd W Hall
January 31, 2014
Todd Hall (Professor of Psychology at Biola University) suggests that loving connection can repair the fragmentation and brokenness seen throughout modern society. He shares principles based on yea...