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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 PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2010)
by Christopher R Grace
October 25, 2010
Dr. Grace explains the concept of classical conditioning, giving many helpful and sometimes humorous examples from hypnosis, to Pavlov's dogs, to group behavior, to disciplining children.
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 Torrey Honors: History
by Paul Spears
September 3, 2010
Dr. Paul Spears discusses education as it relates to dominant schools of thought in the modern university. He emphasizes that students need to have a clear definition of knowledge and the purpose o...
from Leadership Lecture Series
by Philip Paul
January 19, 2012
Phillip Paul, CEO of Unlimited Innovations, discusses the importance of students learning discipleship.
by Elizabeth Lewis Hall
May 18, 2012
Dr. Elizabeth Hall constructs a vital framework for Christian scholarship that, in her opinion, is largely absent from the field. Her lecture provides fundamental considerations such as the goals, ...
by Alvin Plantinga
May 18, 2012
Dr. Alvin Plantinga promotes the use of the Scriptures as a lens for studying and understanding the natural world. Beyond this, Dr. Plantinga suggests practical ways that the Christian scholar can ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2013
by Barry H. Corey
August 28, 2013
Dr. Barry Corey addresses Biola students and faculty at the Fall 2013 Convocation ceremony. He urges his audience to be "paripatetic" learners and witnesses by walking out the faith and knowledge t...
November 8, 2010
Dr. Grace covers the range of primary and secondary emotions and their association with memory and expression. Cultural context and the effects of emotions are also explored.
from Neuroscience and the Soul
by Keith Ward
Keith Ward sat down with the Biola University Center for Christian Thought (cct.biola.edu) in San Diego, California on July 2013. In this full interview, Ward comments on a variety of issues pertai...