With integrity and conviction, President Clyde Cook guided Biola to national prominence
Social Justice, Relief and Development Ministries Still Seen as a Lesser Priority
Your Back-to-School Reading List Recommended By Biola Professors
Law professor Michael Koby (’88) argues that a 1990 Supreme Court ruling threatens religious freedom.
Film professor Michael Gonzales gives an insider’s look at Hollywood corporate culture.
David Alan Black (’75, M.Div. ’80) challenges a common interpretation of Jesus’ famous question: “Peter, do you love me?”
Has Doctrine Become the New Dirty Word?
Why Its Music, Messages and Ministries Are Driving Men Away
Author of Why Men Hate Going to Church
The Overlooked Key to Becoming a Leader
What Happens at the Judgment Seat of Christ?
Many Evangelicals Are Too Skeptical of the Demonic
Director and Co-Writer of The Exorcism of Emily Rose (Sony Pictures, September 2005)
A Father Reflects on His Daughter’s Battle With Leukemia
Does a Popular Praise Song Ignore the Biblical Context?
How the Internet Has — and Hasn’t — Changed the Church
How Reliable Are the Statistics We Hear Everyday?