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from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2010
by Barry H. Corey
October 29, 2010
Biola President Barry H. Corey returns from the 2010 Lausanne Congress on Evangelization in Cape Town, South Africa and shares truths that impacted him there. He reports on exciting news that is h...
from Undergraduate Chapel: After Dark Spring 2013
by William Dyrness
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 Art and Sacred Space: Spatial Encounters with God
by Dayton Castleman, Jonathan A. Anderson, Linnea Spransy, Anna M.R. Freeman, and Alastair Gordon
March 2, 2012
A panel of Christian artists reflect on the unique position in which they find themselves in the art world. They discuss helpful ways to conjoin the worlds of art and Christianity.
from 2014 CCCA Razor's Edge Conference
by Brett McCracken
March 1, 2014
Author Brett McCracken discusses the importance of understanding the big picture story of Christianity. He explains that without context, Christianity is reduced to a "moralistic therapeutic deism....
from Biola Digital Ministry Conference 2012
by Matthew Weathers
June 6, 2012
Matthew Weathers breaks down the implications of living in a culture that is massively responsive to visual stimuli. Beyond his analysis, Weathers also offers practical ways in which individuals an...
by Clyde Taber
June 5, 2012
Clyde Taber analyzes how the avenue of visual storytelling can perpetuate the ministry of the Great Commission in the digital age. Taber provides specific ways in which individuals and organization...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Daniel Siedell
March 28, 2011
Art critic, historian, and curator Daniel Siedell shares his thoughts on the mysterious book of Jonah as it applies to Christian engagement with culture. Siedell specifically emphasizes the importa...
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 ...