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from Biola Magazine
by Sean McDowell
June 15, 2012
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from Blessed are the Peacemakers
by Ed Gilbreath
October 21, 2010
Ed leads us into an exploration of ways we divide ourselves by race, religion, politics, and culture, and challenges us to step outside our familiar perspectives and see the world through eyes tran...
from Leadership Lecture Series
by Ken Blanchard and Margie Blanchard
April 5, 2012
Ken and Margie Blanchard discuss how leaders can develop definite self-identity, principles, and expectations for the benefit of those who support and depend upon them.
from Interview with William Hasker
by William Hasker and Gregg A Ten Elshof
February 7, 2013
William Hasker (Huntington College) presents an Open Theism view as a way to deal with God’s foreknowledge, human freedom, and evil.
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 ...
from ISCL 765: Crosscultural Leadership
by Tom Steffen
February 21, 2013
Dr. Tom Steffen continues to discuss the leadership of Moses and the effect of various regimes on the people of Israel. He looks at anarchical rule, as demonstrated by Israel's first steps out of E...
from Torrey Honors Institute Lectures
by Eva Brann
March 3, 2016
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?
by Fred Sanders, Bob Covolo, and Jason Sexton
October 21, 2014
by William Lane Craig and Alex Rosenberg
February 1, 2013
What hath Jerusalem to do with Athens? Or what hath faith to do with reason? Drs. William Lane Craig and Alex Rosenberg debate this all important and pervasive question concerning the reasonablenes...