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Biola on the Road

Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World

Yorba Linda, CA

Cost and Admission

This is a paid event.

$39.00General Attendee
$34.00Early Bird - Adult
Available until Sunday, October 9th
2 tickets
$20.00Active Military
$32.00Group Rate for 10+ Tickets
Must purchase 10+ tickets to receive discount

We are beyond excited to start our Fall 2022 Biola on the Road series at Yorba Linda Friends Church this October 14-15. Just 30 minutes from Biola's campus, we will be gathering as believers to unpack what it looks like to be a Christian in today's culture and how to have deeply meaningful and effective conversations about religion. You will not want to miss this lineup of top apologists. You will have the opportunity to learn from Lee Strobel, Craig Hazen, J.P. Moreland, John Bloom and Clay Jones! Hear them dive into the case for heaven, why God allows evil, world religions archaeology and so much more.


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Friday, October 14

6:30 p.m. Event Begins
6:45–7:05 p.m. Craig Hazen: What in the World are We Afraid Of?
7:05–7:35 p.m.JP Moreland: The Anatomy of a Culture in Decay
7:35–8:05 p.m. Lee Strobel: The Unexpected Adventure
8:30–9:30 p.m. Clay Jones: Why Does God Allow Evil?
9:30 p.m.Event Ends

Saturday, October 15

8:45 a.m. Event Begins
9-9:50 a.m. Craig Hazen: Christianity and the Challenge of World Religions
9:50-10 a.m. Break
10:05-10:50 a.m. JP Moreland: Arguments for the Existence of God
10:50–11 a.m. Break
11–11:50 a.m. John Bloom: Archaeology and the Bible
11:50 a.m.-12 p.m. Break
12–1 p.m. Lee Strobel: The Case for Heaven
1 p.m.Event Ends


John Bloom

John Bloom, Ph.D., Ph.D.

John Bloom holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in Ancient Near Eastern Studies from the Annenberg Research Institute (now the Center for Judaic Studies of the University of Pennsylvania). He is the Director of Biola’s M.A. - Science and Religion degree program and former Chair of the Chemistry, Physics and Engineering Department.

Craig Hazen

Craig J. Hazen, Ph.D.

Craig Hazen Is the founder and director of the Christian Apologetics Program at Biola University. He holds a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from the University of California and is the editor emeritus of the journal Philosophia Christi. He is the author of a range of books and articles including Fearless Prayer, Five Sacred Crossings, and The Village Enlightenment in America.

Clay Jones

Clay Jones, D.Min.

Clay Jones is an associate professor in the Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics Program at Biola University. He holds a doctorate from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Clay is the Chairman of the Board of the university apologetics ministry Ratio Christi, is a contributing writer for the Christian Research Journal and specializes in issues related to why God allows evil. You can read his blog at Clay is the author of Why Does God Allow Evil?: Compelling Answers for Life’s Toughest Questions and the forthcoming Immortal: The Inescapable Desire for Eternal Life and Where It Leads.

JP Moreland

J.P. Moreland, Ph.D.

JP Moreland is a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. He received a B. S. in physical chemistry from the University of Missouri, a Th.M. in theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, an M.A. in philosophy from the University of California at Riverside, and a Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Southern California. He has authored, edited, or contributed to ninety-five books, including Love God with All Your Mind and Scientism and Secularism. Moreland was recently proclaimed by The Best Schools as one of the 50 most influential living philosophers.

Lee Strobel

Lee Strobel

Atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel, the former award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune, is a New York Times best-selling author of more than forty books and curricula that have sold fourteen million copies in total. He currently serves as Founding Director of the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christian University.

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