Recent Faculty Blog Posts

  • Christ Alone (Sermon)

    By Fred Sanders

    Jan. 8, 2018

    Here is the video of a sermon I preached on Reformation Day 500 in Talbot Chapel at Biola. It’s got bacon, Reddit, semantic drift, a killer visual aid, some Bible thumping, karma, and the Trinity in it. It’s also about Ephesians.

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  • Incarnation: How Appropriate

    By Fred Sanders

    Dec. 27, 2017

    For at least three reasons, it seems like there’s nothing less appropriate than for God to become incarnate: Divinity is infinite; but humanity is finite, and those two things don’t go together by nature. God is simple, not put together from constituent parts; but for

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  • Tozer’s Meditations on the Trinity

    By Fred Sanders

    Dec. 21, 2017

    A friend recently gave me a copy of this new devotional book, Meditations on the Trinity: Beauty, Mystery, and Glory in the Life of God, by A.W. Tozer. A. W. Tozer (1897-1963) wrote a lot of books, but if you’re a fan, you’re probably thinking,

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  • Same Old Sam, Part 1

    By John McKinley

    Dec. 13, 2017

    Imagine in the year 2047 that anti-aging therapies have developed so far that wealthy people not only cease aging, but some have begun to reverse. A few have even started to celebrate reverse birthdays in accordance with their rehabilitated age.

    Once sixty-seven, Sam now marks his age at forty-two. With ...

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  • Christmas Thought

    By Joe Henderson

    Dec. 12, 2017

      December is always a strange time of year for Christians at a college. With the end of the semester approaching, it’ a very busy time in the academic calendar when the work can begin to seem unendurable and our energy is almost spent. It’s

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  • The Absurdity of Moral Relativism: A Student’s Perspective

    By Sean McDowell

    Dec. 11, 2017

    When I was a full-time high school teacher, one of my favorite assignments was to have my students develop a creative project to illustrate what would follow if moral relativism were true. Students wrote stories, composed songs, made short films, and more.

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