1–10 of 50 items
from CCCA Cultural Conversations
by Matt Jenson, William Dyrness, Melissa Schubert, Trevor Hart, and Jonathan A. Anderson
November 8, 2013
A panel of great minds discuss art, philosophy, and theology. The group considers the place of art in the church, its value beyond didacticism, and the power of art to transform the imagination.
from Torrey Honors Institute Lectures
by David P. Nystrom
September 23, 2013
Dr. David Nystrom discusses the writings of Ovid and his historical context. He addresses the culture in which Ovid lived, noting that it was a time of conflict between those who believed in the un...
from 2014 CCCA Razor's Edge Conference
by Chris Baron
March 1, 2014
Writer and educator Chris Baron shares selections of his poetry that speak of his life and experiences. Through these poems, he shares stories of his marriage and family.
March 1, 2014
Writer and educator Chris Baron shares selections of his poetry as well as some of his story to provide context. He explains his background of being raised in a Jewish family in New York, convertin...
from To Everyone an Answer
by David Theroux
November 18, 2011
David Theroux, President of the C.S. Lewis Society of California, shares the conversion story of C.S. Lewis. Theroux looks at the writings of C.S. Lewis and explains his arguments against naturalism.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Simon Gathercole
March 8, 2012
Dr. Gathercole explores the parallels in classic literature to the Romans 5:6-10 account of the vicarious death of Christ, and addresses the historical-cultural context of Paul’s letter to the Roma...
from Torrey Honors: Literature
by Melissa Schubert
September 3, 2010
Dr. Melissa Schubert discusses the literary elements of Spenser's Faerie Queen, looking at the theology expressed through the symbolism of the story.
from Apologetics to Islam
by Nabeel Qureshi
April 20, 2012
Nabeel Qureshi examines the Quran as a text. He shows how the Quran has changed from oral recitations to a written text over time.
by Jessica Brown, Frederick Duquette, and Natasha Duquette
February 6, 2014
A variety of writers and scholars consider the aesthetic views of Jane Austen as demonstrated in her literary works. They explain how she engages her contemporaries' philosophical perspectives and ...
from Studio Interview with Tim O'Connor
by Tim O'Connor and Thomas M Crisp
September 11, 2012
Tim O’Connor (Indiana University) considers Dostoevsky’s “The Grand Inquisitor” as an expression of the problem of evil.