Recent Faculty Blog Posts

  • Incarnation and Omniscience

    By William Lane Craig


    Dear Dr. William Lane Craig,

    ... My question is about the model of the Incarnation you and J.P. Moreland present in Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview, which states that many of the divine attributes of Jesus were located in his subconsciousness. I'm having a problem with this. Maximal ...

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  • Salvation in James: Gift and Responsibility, Part Two

    By Darian Lockett

    Feb. 25, 2015

    In this series of posts, we attempt to offer a rich and appreciative reading of James chapter 1 and 2 with an eye to James’ theology of human redemption—a Jacobian soteriology. In the previous post, we considered the function of the “word” and the “law” as God’s gracious ...

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  • Radio Interview on Stand to Reason—New Apostles and Prophets

    By R. Douglas Geivett

    Feb. 24, 2015

    Today I’m doing a radio interview with Greg Koukl on his show Stand to Reason. We’ll be discussing the topic of my two new books about the New Apostolic Reformation. The show airs live at 4 pm Pacific Standard Time on KKLA 99.5. It’s also streamed ...

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  • Church Report: Spiritual Formation Assignment, Part 4

    By Charlie Trimm

    Feb. 24, 2015

    Although most Biola students have grown up in the church, a surprising number of undergraduates (especially freshmen and sophomores) do not attend church. Students cite a variety of reasons for this, including busyness, lack of transportation, difficulty of settling into a church, receiving Bible instruction through Bible classes and required ...

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  • Lent with Benedict

    By Greg S Peters

    Feb. 23, 2015

    The word “lent” is of Anglo-Saxon origin and literally means “spring,” though the practice of observing a 40 day period of preparation for Easter goes back to the time of the early Church and was a fully developed liturgical season by the twelfth century. In

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  • How Can Pastors Respond to Church Shopping Mentality and Consumer Approaches to Faith?

    By The Good Book Blog

    Feb. 23, 2015

    Talbot faculty member, James Petitfils, and a panel of Talbot graduates who are now pastors in Southern California talk about the ways that pastors can respond to "church shopping" and a consumeristic mentality about faith.

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