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    This spring, Biola University's Center for Christian Thought (CCT) and Center for Marriage and Relationships (CMR) hosted a one-day symposium on...

  • A Groundbreaking Day for the Sciences

    Construction begins on ambitious new science facility

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    Biola broke ground in February on the most ambitious building project in its history, an expansive new science facility that will serve as a home...

  • A Big Year for Biola Athletics

    Five teams win conference championships

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    Biola’s student-athletes competed their way to one of the most successful years in university history in 2015–16, with five separate teams winning...

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    Deborah L. Taylor (’93, M.A. ’01), a longtime Biola University administrator and faculty member, was appointed in May as the university’s new...

  • Religious Freedom Scholar Receives 2016 Colson Award

    Paul Marshall is the third recipient of Biola’s ‘Conviction and Courage’ award

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    On May 27, Biola University awarded its third Charles W. Colson Conviction and Courage Award to Paul Marshall, a religious freedom scholar and...

  • A Precedential President

    Taylor Stribbling serves as Biola’s first Student Government Association president

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    Taylor Stribbling’s final year at Biola also marked a big first. The 2015–16 school year marked the debut of the Student Government Association,...

  • Teaching the Write Way

    Professor Christie Curtis’ grammar textbooks are used in classrooms across the U.S.

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    Christie Curtis (M.A. ’06) loves language. And as the co-author of a widely popular series of grammar textbooks, the Biola education professor...

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    With the 2016 U.S. presidential election well underway and political rhetoric heating up, perennial discussions about evangelicals and politics...

  • Truth Must be Wedded to Grace

    Faculty/Alumni Book Excerpt

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    During a trip to Breckenridge, a beautiful ski town in the mountains of Colorado, a friend and I decided to get our hair cut at one of the little...

  • Is it Intolerant to Claim Christianity Alone is True?

    Five responses to objections about Christianity’s exclusive claims

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    A couple of years ago I visited Canada to record television interviews about my book Christian Endgame. Prior to the recording, some of the...

  • The Radical Call of Kindness

    Why the church must recover Christian compassion in an age of incivility

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    by Barry H. Corey I held the hand of the kindest man I everknew, sitting by his bedside in silent reverence while he lay shrouded in sheets...

  • Offering Refuge

    Amid a worldwide refugee crisis, Biolans are taking bold action to care for those in need

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    The people of God have always been refugees. The instant we were banished from Eden, we became wanderers. The minute we fled Egypt, we were...

  • One SCORR and 20 Years Ago

    For 20 years, Biola’s annual Student Congress on Racial Reconciliation has celebrated the beauty and engaged the challenges of diversity on Christian college campuses

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    “Evangelical Colleges’ Diversity Problem.” That was the headline of a January 2016 feature article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, which...

  • Leader of the Band

    Music instructor Mitch Bahr (’96) earns title of ‘California Teacher of the Year'

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    Fourteen years ago Mitch Bahr (’96) stepped up to the podium to become music director at a rural Northern California high school and brought...

  • Christianity Under a Microscope

    Molecular biologist Anjeanette ‘AJ’ Roberts (M.A. ’15) explores hard questions about faith and science

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    As a college student, Anjeanette “AJ” Roberts wanted to dig deeper into the unknown. At the time, that meant viruses. While studying chemistry...

  • No Fear in the ‘Force’

    Rob Bredow (’94) heads technology at Lucasfilm

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    With the release of The Force Awakens this past December, the building of Star Wars lands at Disney theme parks and the development of at least...

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    The Office of Alumni Relations and Biola’s Alumni Board recognized four alumni for their outstanding accomplishments and service during a special...

  • Combating Cynicism

    Four words for cynics: ‘affirm before you criticize’

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    This issue’s Last Word comes from The Good Book Blog, the faculty blog of Biola’s Talbot School of Theology. This article is adapted from a post...

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    A couple of years ago, Biola put up a series of billboards across Southern California, including a large one not far from John Wayne Airport. Each...

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    One of my great joys is serving at a university where 1,022 students are majoring in the sciences, planning for vocations in fields from research...

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    A series of college rankings released this fall rate Biola as a national leader in academics, safety and campus life. In September , U.S. News and...

  • Becoming the Bride

    Theologians from around the world gather to discuss ‘The Future of the Church’

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    What will the Christian Church look like in the future? Will it become more visibly unified or more fragmented than ever? Where and in what form...

  • The Birth of Blackstone

    New residence hall features whiteboard walls, breakfast-themed café

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    This fall, 318 Biola students have the privilege of being the inaugural residents of Blackstone Hall, the newly minted residence hall named after...

  • From Magic to Missions

    Brady Lee seeks to grow students’ passion for the Great Commission

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    For Student Missionary Union (SMU) president Brady Lee, choosing to attend Biola was almost a no-brainer. When visiting his older brother, who...

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    In May 2015, the university publicly launched “A Soul of Conviction, A Voice of Courage: The Campaign for Biola University.” The $180 million...