News and Events
Students will study the interpretation of Scripture through great books.
“Jonathan Edwards: An Introduction to His Thought” released earlier this year
Clay Jones recently released the book “Why Does God Allow Evil?: Compelling Answers for Life’s Toughest Questions”
Professor Joanne Jung’s new book on the spiritual discipline of “conferencing” to be released in June
Josh and Sean McDowell teamed up to update Josh McDowell’s book “Evidence That Demands A Verdict”
- Biola’s M.A. in Christian Apologetics and M.A. in Science and Religion programs receive ATS (Association of Theological Schools) accreditation
Both programs join Talbot School of Theology to form a strengthened academic partnership.
Join Biola's Christian Apologetics department and Women in Apologeticsfor the3rd Annual Women in Apologetics Conferenceon January 24...
Join Women in Apologetics for the third annual WIA Kids Conference! This is an amazing opportunity for children between the 3rd and 6th...
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