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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...
from Biola Digital Ministry Conference 2012
by John Dyer
June 6, 2012
John Dyer connects Biblical principles such as creation, incarnation and restoration with the expansion of the digital age. Dyer pinpoints the prevalent role that these theological elements are pla...
from Apologetics to Islam
by Nabeel Qureshi
April 21, 2012
Nabeel Qureshi contrasts Jesus as presented in Christianity and Islam. He explains some of the ways Muslims misunderstand the Christian Jesus.
from BBST 251: Theology I
by Erik Thoennes
November 30, 2010
Dr. Erik Thoennes uses the beginning of 1 John to emphasize that Christ's humanity is a marvelous thing. He continues to explain that Christ's humanity is eternal, and that if Jesus is not truly hu...
from Violence & Peace in Contemporary Art
by David Bentley Hart
March 1, 2013
Dr. David Bentley Hart evaluates several aesthetic philosophies, demonstrating how they fall short of properly defining beauty. He argues that beauty is neither a result of mere form and tactic nor...
from G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
March 16, 2012
Dr. Erik Thoennes begins Biola's Theology Conference by explaining that theology is fundamentally about loving God. He explains the basic tools that theologians use to understand Scripture.
December 7, 2010
Dr. Erik Thoennes teaches on the significance of affirming the distinction of the divine and human natures of Christ, as well as recognizing the unity of the two natures in one person. He emphasize...
May 5, 2011
After opening with a hymn, Dr. Erik Thoennes teaches on the reality and importance of the humanity of Christ. He stresses that Jesus understands humanity's pain, toil, and limitations from His time...
May 3, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes outlines the Apostles' Creed and the significance of its points and accuracy. He discusses some of the theological challenges that have been placed against the creed and explains ...
from ARTS 315: Contemporary Art Trends
by Jonathan A. Anderson
November 11, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on contemporary art and its move towards perceiving and criticizing the human condition, focusing on Christian perspectives of observing the ...