Category: 2014 Summer
Brent Mason (’87), finance director for the city of Riverside, Calif.
Inbox: Concerns About Costs
Octavio Esqueda, country-crossing researcher and futbol fan
'To many of my urban pastor peers, apologetics seemed far too detached from the church work they were doing on a daily basis'
Professor Tim Muehlhoff, author of I Beg to Differ, shares how to tackle tough conversations
The Fundamentals publishing project is a part of the history of fundamentalism in America, to be sure, yet the two words are also different in important ways
A century ago, Biola founder Lyman Stewart anonymously funded a hugely influential set of essays known as The Fundamentals. Archived letters and documents shed light on how Stewart and others helped to shape the face of evangelicalism today.
The Collegium, which opened 10 years ago this fall to serve Biola’s growing off-campus community, is one of the most elegant and inviting spaces on campus
Suzanne Crowell honored with Ruby Award for commitment to Biola
Six things to know about Gary Lindblad
Professor and filmmaker Dean Yamada talks about the success of Cicada
‘Future of Protestantism’ discussion draws crowd, sparks online discussion
Chuck Colson also honored posthumously at spring commencement ceremony