Category Archives: Lectures

Christianity and the Arts

This fall our Table Talks focus on Christianity and the Arts. We  want to speak to the University’s theme “Spirit and Story” as well as acknowledging the launch of the Center for Christianity Culture and the Arts. The relationship between … Continue reading

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Human Sexuality in Christian Perspective

There are few issues where Christianity is more in tension with our culture than in issues related to human sexuality. We live in a climate that is sexually permissive, generally self-indulgent, and usually confused. It seems the only thing which … Continue reading

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What does Jerusalem have to do with Washington?

As so many have done before me, I thought I’d borrow (and butcher) this phrase from Tertullian. Though he originally asked about Athens and Jerusalem in reference to the church and the secular academy, it is fitting to ask the … Continue reading

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A post-modern cityscape

Brad Christerson and Dan Callis continue our series on Sacred Space by exploring the idea of cities as sacred spaces. In particular, they will be sharing some of their thoughts on Los Angeles as a post-modern cityscape, and reflecting on … Continue reading

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Faculty Theological Training Seminar

We provide a 10-hour introduction to systematic theology for our new faculty. It also includes several discussion sessions about the integration of theological concepts with academic disciplines. This seminar is offered in three parts spread out over the fall semester, … Continue reading

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Table Talk: Creation and Human Origins

The November Table Talk video features John Bloom on “Creation and Human Origins”, as he surveys the range of Christian views on creation. Dr. Bloom gives special attention to the differences between these views and the latitude that exists within the Biola … Continue reading

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Jesus is Lord of All: Part 2

These two lectures provide a biblical framework for the integration of faith and learning by considering the Lordship of Christ from Colossians 1, and then from the broader framework of the entire Scripture.

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Jesus is Lord of All: Part 1

These two lectures provide a biblical framework for the integration of faith and learning by considering the Lordship of Christ from Colossians 1, and then from the broader framework of the entire Scripture.

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How Kingdom and Culture are Connected

This lecture considers the doctrine of the Kingdom of God and its connection to contemporary human culture. In particular, it discusses the tendency of premillennialism to disengage from cultural participation, and suggests that this is not a necessary consequence of … Continue reading

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