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from SICS: Social Anthropology
by Sherwood Lingenfelter
September 1, 1997
Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter shows how marriage is a primary social contract and what expectations are synonymous to that. He lectures on different types of marriage to highlight patterns in social or...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Jennifer Roback Morse
February 12, 2014
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse explains the damaging effects of the sexual revolution that has occurred since the 1950s. She argues that the advent of "no-fault" divorce has resulted in a radically impa...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2013
by Wesley Hill
October 23, 2013
Professor Wesley Hill of Trinity College discusses the value and potential in friendship that often goes unrecognized in the modern Christian community. Hill relates his own experience and the expe...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010
by Shannon Ethridge
February 8, 2010
Shannon Ethridge answers the question "How can Christians be sexual beings without being sexually active?" She discusses the acceptable boundaries that Christians need to establish in their relatio...
from Talbot Chapels: Spring 2014
February 11, 2014
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, President and Founder of the Ruth Institute, discusses the slew of negative consequences to the social changes known as the "Sexual Revolution." She gives particular atte...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Barry H. Corey
April 23, 2012
President Barry H. Corey introduces Sexual Violence Awareness Week with the story of the rape of Jacob and Leah's daughter, Dinah. He examines the motives of the assailant and teaches that true ch...
from COMM 254: Communication Theory
by Timothy Muehlhoff
August 31, 2010
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff dives into a deeper understanding of what communication is, and the way that humans use it to interpret things. He hearkens on this understanding by looking at marriage and divorc...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
February 14, 2011
Communication professor Timothy Muehlhoff unpacks how communication climate affects relationships pre-marriage and post-marriage. He elaborates on four criteria of this climate: expectation, trust,...
by Timothy Muehlhoff and Noreen Muehlhoff
February 3, 2014
Dr. Tim and Noreen Muehlhoff share with students their insights into dating and the pacing of romantic relationships. The couple explains the trends of younger generations to rush relationships bot...
from Leadership Lecture Series
by Stephen Grabill
September 17, 2011
Stephen Grabil discusses the biblical basis of the word economics and its relation to responsible stewardship of time, family, and resources.