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    The Biola University Alumni Association recognized 11 alumni for their outstanding accomplishments and service during a special awards chapel on...

  • Abstinence, Intensity and Love

    Two reflections on Lent and love, one from the perspective of abstinence, one from the perspective of intensification

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    This issue’s Last Word comes from the Biola University Center for Christian Thought’s blog, The Table (cct.biola.edu/blog). In this article,...

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    In his important and influential 2010 book To Change the World, Christian sociologist James Davison Hunter cautions evangelicals against the...

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    It’s a story far longer than I have time to tell entirely, but one day when I was in my late 20s and trying to make sense of the world, my father...

  • Forming More Perfect Unions

    Biola launches new Center for Marriage and Relationships

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    This fall, Biola University launched the Center for Marriage and Relationships, a new endeavor that seeks to address one of the most pertinent...

  • Cook School of Intercultural Studies Welcomes New Dean

    Nine things to know about Bulus Galadima

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    On July 15, Biola’s Cook School of Intercultural Studies welcomed Bulus Galadima as its new dean. A native Nigerian, Galadima brings four degrees...

  • Sculpted Scripture

    New public sculpture offers an artistic call to action

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    When Tom Tsuchiya was asked to submit an entry for a contest to create the first permanent public sculpture at Biola, he first looked at his...

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    U.S. News and World Report has identified Biola University as one of America’s top 10 “up and coming” national universities — an honor given to...

  • Athletic Booster Club Debuts

    Eagles Athletic Association seeks to raise support for Biola's student athletes

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    For the nearly 300 student athletes playing on Biola University’s 19 athletics teams, winning on the field is only half the battle. Affording to...

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    As religious convictions are met with new legal challenges, what's at stake for schools like Biola? By Brett McCracken What happens when the...

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    Nowhere is pluralism more frequently preached as a prized value than on today’s secular college campuses. And yet some Christian campus...

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    The Freedom to be a Christian College

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    The philosophical question Are Christian institutions free to practice their faith as they believe Scripture calls them to, without government...

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    It’s no secret that marriage is on the decline in America. But even for those who know the general trends, the statistics can be surprising....

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    Each Christmas, I hear the story of Jesus’ birth read publicly from the Gospel of Luke. And it often seems like the timing of Jesus’ birth and the...

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    Biola University has formed an alliance with Christian Community Credit Union to offer Biolans a new opportunity to help support scholarships....

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    The Biola University Athletics Department inducted its third set of distinguished athletes into its Hall of Fame on Sept. 13, 2014. The newest...

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    Now at this time Mary arose and went in a hurry to the hill country, to a city of Judah, and entered the house of Zacharias and greeted...

  • ISIS at the Door

    An interview with David Curry, president and CEO of Open Doors USA, about Christian persecution across the world

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    Religious freedom and persecution are challenges starting to face believers in the West, but it has been a reality for Christians globally for a...

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    The cracked and worn booklets that grace this issue’s cover may not look like much today. But a century ago, their humble pages were helping to...

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    Last summer I received a letter from a Biola dad whose son graduated that year. John, the dad, is an investment broker from the East Coast whose...

  • Warrens Inspire Graduates, Receive Honorary Degrees

    Chuck Colson also honored posthumously at spring commencement ceremony

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    Biola celebrated the largest graduating class in university history in May, awarding nearly 1,000 degrees during a spring commencement that...

  • Back to the #ProtFuture

    ‘Future of Protestantism’ discussion draws crowd, sparks online discussion

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    La Mirada felt a little bit like Wittenberg or Geneva on April 29. The eyes of the evangelical theological world focused on Biola’s Calvary...

  • Biola’s First Feature Film Wins Top Prize at Festival

    Professor and filmmaker Dean Yamada talks about the success of Cicada

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    This spring, Biola University premiered its first-ever feature-length film, Cicada , produced by faculty, students and alumni of the cinema and...

  • Crowell School of Business Welcomes New Dean

    Six things to know about Gary Lindblad

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    On July 1, Biola’s Crowell School of Business welcomed Gary Lindblad as its new dean. Lindblad, who has directed the MBA program at the Paul Merage...

  • Deep Roots, Deep Faith

    Suzanne Crowell honored with Ruby Award for commitment to Biola

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    Spend an afternoon with Suzanne Crowell and it’s easy to see why she is this year’s Anna Horton Ruby Award recipient. Her tenacity and commitment...