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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...
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...
from Christian Scholarship in the 21st Century: Prospects and Perils
by Natasha Duquette
May 18, 2012
Prof. Natasha Duquette discusses the concept of "heteroglossia" as displayed by Jesus and the disciples in their collaboration with each other and with God as a precursor to the history of collabor...
from TTTH 613: Theology III
by Robert L. Saucy
November 8, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the life of the Christian after salvation and discusses various models of sanctification with special attention paid to...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2010
by Donald R Sunukjian
September 16, 2010
Dr. Don Sunukjian seeks out the original intent behind Jesus' command to "turn the other cheek."
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.
by Richard C. Langer
September 23, 2010
Rick Langer looks at John 14:6. He emphasizes that humanity is lost, so they cannot find salvation without help from Jesus.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Kenneth Berding
September 12, 2012
Dr. Ken Berding looks at 2 Corinthians to determine why Paul lived so passionately for the gospel. He identifies several key points of Paul's focus that Christians can apply today. Dr. Berding exho...
by Bryan Loritts
February 25, 2011
Biola Board of Trustees member Bryan Loritts speaks about racial reconciliation and the inherent role that compassion has in it. He stresses the importance of having the trait of compassion in the ...
from 12th Annual G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
by Matt Jenson
March 22, 2013
Dr. Matt Jenson discusses biblical anthropology. He shows that self-knowledge is insufficient and inconclusive in defining humanity. Instead, humanity must be understood in relation to God. Dr. Jen...