Looking for thoughtful perspectives on key issues facing Christianity and culture? Here are just a few recent Biola videos, podcasts, articles and other resources worth checking out.
Social psychologist and NYU professor Jonathan Haidt spoke at Biola this spring on the topic addressed in his new book, co-authored with First Amendment expert Greg Lukianoff, The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting up a Generation for Failure.
Gen Z says educational or professional achievement are more central to their identity than family, according to Barna Group’s study with Impact 360 Institute. In this episode on June 7, the hosts interview Impact 360’s Jonathan Morrow on understanding Gen Z’s beliefs, practices and approach to life.
Talbot School of Theology and Crowell School of Business collaborate in a new three-course series on financial literacy to help you learn what Scripture says about money, as well as personal financial planning skills and how to navigate important decisions like college loans, buying a house and saving for retirement.
Season 2 of The Table Audio launched Oct. 1. Host Evan Rosa interviews Christian scholars, writers and activists on life’s biggest questions: love, death, justice, grief and lament, terminal cancer, civility and politics, humility, the Native American experience and Flannery O’Connor’s stories of shocking grace.
Join the CCCA during Advent for daily online devotionals written by members of the Biola community, featuring songs, poems and visual art. The latest installment of the project will run from Dec. 2, 2018–Jan. 6, 2019.
Did you know the Center for Marriage and Relationships has a podcast? Topics range from how to recognize a toxic friendship to practical ways to approach forgiveness. Chris Grace and Tim Muehlhoff combine biblical wisdom and practical insights, with plenty of laughter in the mix.