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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Ashish J Naidu
May 12, 2011
Dr. Ashish Naidu grapples with the seemingly conflicting messages of God's love and God's wrath as taught by Jesus Christ. In his examination of God's judgment, Dr. Naidu emphasizes the Christian m...
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...
from Talbot Chapels: Fall 2013
by Fred Sanders
September 10, 2013
Dr. Fred Sanders examines the book of 1 John to see how the trinity is addressed. He notes that John summarizes the entirety of the gospel with the simple phrase, "God is light." He continues on to...
by Barry H. Corey
February 16, 2011
President Barry H. Corey talks about the importance of being like Moses by assuming our rightful position in coming to God before prayer. Just as God lights the fire, the people must take off their...
by J. Kent Edwards
March 31, 2011
Dr. Kent Edwards analyzes God's decision to use Jonah as a prophet even in Jonah's deliberate actions of disobedience. Dr. Edwards teaches that God's grace in Jonah's life embodied the message that...
from When God Seems Silent
by Mike Erre
May 12, 2012
Pastor Mike Erre shows that the trials God brings into our lives are often there to drive us back to dependence on Him.
from Neuroscience and the Soul
by Keith Ward
July 24, 2013
Keith Ward sat down with the Biola University Center for Christian Thought (cct.biola.edu) in San Diego, California on July 2013. In this clip, Ward develops his view that empiricism is incompatibl...
July 24, 2013
Keith Ward sat down with the Biola University Center for Christian Thought (cct.biola.edu) in San Diego, California on July 2013. In this clip, Ward discusses the incompatibility of empiricism and ...
from G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
by Robert B. Price
March 11, 2011
Dr. Rob Price explains a proper mentality toward the relationship between God and the world. He relates this correct mentality to perspectives on salvation, the Trinity, and the omnipotence of God.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2009
November 3, 2009
Biola President Barry H. Corey delivers his Christmas chapel address to Biola students about the thermodynamics of Christmas and how the comfort of warmth and love of Christ always beats the destru...