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  • Biola Magazine

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way, by Michael Horton (’87), Zondervan, January 2011; This book is written for a...

  • Biola Magazine

    Biolans Up Close: Spring 2011

    Louise Owen (‘91) and her mind-boggling memory

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    As a freelance violinist in New York City, Biola alumna Louise Owen makes frequent appearances at Carnegie Hall. But she is nationally recognized...

  • Biola Magazine

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Pursuing Aviation Opportunities Scott Cutshall (’98) was recently promoted to vice president of marketing at TWC Aviation. Scott is...

  • Biola Magazine

    Get to Know: Spring 2011

    Aaron Kleist, English professor extraordinaire

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    With his sharp intellect and vast imagination, English professor Aaron Kleist is always looking for ways to push the educational envelope. His...

  • Biola Magazine

    Alumni Files: Spring 2011

    Is it Biblical to Ask for Financial Support?

    Rick Bee, Biola Magazine Staff — 

    I recently received a letter from a Biola alumnus reflecting on his Biola experience, prompted by a letter that he had received from us that...

  • Biola Magazine

    800 Club

    Coach Holmquist joins elite company with milestone win

    Jason Newell — 

    The year was 1975, and after losing his first 10 games as a college basketball coach, recent Biola graduate Dave Holmquist was beginning to...

  • Biola Magazine

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    For this issue's cover story, Biola University alumna and freelance photographer Laurel Dailey ('05) traversed the expanses of Los Angeles to...

  • Biola Magazine

    Freddy Cardoza — 

    “Now go; I will help you speak and will teach you what to say.” – God, to Moses (Exod. 4:12) Moses. Here is a man known globally and...

  • Biola Magazine

    Reader Poll: The Best of L.A.

    Readers share their favorite places to eat, catch a concert and more

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    With its abundance of attractions and venues, residents of Los Angeles have plenty of entertainment. Biola Magazine recently surveyed Biolans on...

  • Biola Magazine

    Amy Seed — 

    Biola University recognized five alumni during a special awards chapel Feb. 18 for their outstanding contributions to society. At the chapel,...

  • Biola Magazine

    We Love L.A.

    As Biola makes a push to return to its birthplace, meet some of the Biolans who are serving, studying and shaping the City of Angels

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Long before this cluster of buildings became one of the most recognizable skylines in the world, Biola had a special place in the city of Los...

  • Biola Magazine

    L.A. in our DNA

    Editor's Note

    Jason Newell — 

    I was recently skimming through a 1910 issue of Biola’s first magazine, The King’s Business, when a fascinating article about the early work of...

  • Biola Magazine

    Reel World

    How Biola has earned a leading role in the entertainment capital of the world

    Brett McCracken — 

    When many people think of Christianity and Hollywood, they think of protests, pickets, boycotts and “curse-counter” reviews. They think of...

  • Biola Magazine

    A Heart for the Homeless

    A group of students builds friendships on the rough streets of Skid Row

    Jason Newell — 

    It’s a brisk Friday night in early March, and for the faithful gathered near the corner of Fifth and San Pedro in Los Angeles’ gritty Skid Row,...

  • Biola Magazine

    Furthering the Impact

    Donors help make Talbot building project a reality

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Carl Camp’s first exposure to Biola University came nearly 40 years ago, around the time that an exciting new building was being constructed to...

  • Biola Magazine

    Jenna Loumagne — 

    Biola has struck oil — olive oil, that is. For the first time in decades, trees in Biola’s historic olive grove are being used to produce olive...

  • Biola Magazine

    The Great .com Mission

    ‘Good Book Blog’ shares biblical scholarship with online masses

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    Anyone who has attended Biola University or its seminary, Talbot School of Theology, knows that the Bible and theology faculty are top notch, full...

  • Biola Magazine

    What's the Key to a 'Sunny' Marriage?

    Professor Tim Muehlhoff shares advice from his new book, 'Marriage Forecasting'

    Biola Magazine Staff — 

    In many parts of the United States, checking the weather forecast is an important part of people’s morning routines. (Or so we’re told here in...

  • Biola Magazine

    Barry Corey — 

    A Biola University facility administrator, Ken Bascom, had an idea 29 years ago. Before Sam Sutherland — Biola’s president from 1952 to 1970 —...

  • Biola Magazine

    Daniel McCarthy — 

    In my living room in April 2010, I shook the hand of a humble and rather shy man named Zenzo from Malawi, Africa. Accompanied by Anthony Petrucci,...

  • Biola Magazine

    The Word Made Fresh

    Alumna leads national campaign to promote biblical literacy

    Betsi L. Freeman — 

    When Willow Creek Church surveyed church members in 2004 to find out what they wanted from church, they discovered something surprising....

  • Biola Magazine

    Biola, Colson 'Do the Right Thing'

    Conference encourages biblical thinking on difficult ethical issues

    Brett McCracken — 

    At a time when society seems ever more confused about the meaning of right and wrong — or even if we should believe in such absolutes — Biola...

  • Biola News

    Jenna Bartlo — 

    As a college student, you’re going to buy dozens of books. Some have changed the world. Some will change your life. But here at Biola, there’s...

  • The Good Book Blog

    Kenneth Way — 

    Around this time every year the excitement begins to build. Well, at least this is true for archaeologists and for those who are interested in archaeology. The reason for elation is that summer plans for excavation in Israel are announced every spring. This summer, there are around twenty-two excavations in Israel that are open for volunteer participation. Yes, that’s right. YOU can be a part of unearthing the next great discovery in Israel!

  • Biola News

    Alumna Judith Hill Performs for Women's History Month

    Michael Jackson's Back-Up Singer performs at "For My Sister" concert

    Brenda Velasco  — 

    Alumna Judith Hill, former back-up singer to Michael Jackson, performed at Biola University’s Women’s History month celebration concert turned...