Posts in Ethics

How to Remain a Truly Christian University

By Kenneth Berding Jun. 6, 2017 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Culture, Ethics, Ministry and Leadership, Historical Theology

I just finished reading Owen Strachan’s book, Awakening the Evangelical Mind: An Intellectual History of the Neo-Evangelical Movement. He has some good words for how to keep evangelical universities, well … evangelical. These three paragraphs are worth the three minutes it will take you to read them ...

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Goodness Is Good for Us

By Greg Ganssle May. 17, 2017 9:00 a.m. Culture, Ethics, Philosophy

One summer, I drove from my parent’s home in New Jersey to where I was working in Minnesota. Somewhere in Indiana, I saw the all too familiar flashing lights of a state trooper. I was speeding, and I knew it. I was going sixty-eight in a fifty-five zone. I had a pit in my stomach. I hated the fact that I was caught. Not only does the speeding ticket cost money, but my ego took a hit as well. I was resentful. I don’t like being in the wrong. More than that, I hate being held accountable when I am wrong ...

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The Apostolic Fathers: Interview with Ken Berding

May. 15, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Church Life, Culture, Ethics, Ministry and Leadership, New Testament, Historical Theology

Kenneth Berding (Professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology) recently wrote and published The Apostolic Fathers: A Narrative IntroductionWe wanted to learn more about this book, so we had Ken respond to some questions ...

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An Often-Missed Example of Media Bias

By Sean McDowell Apr. 29, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Culture, Ethics, Marriage and Family

It’s no secret that the mainstream media consistently skewers left. On social, cultural, and political issues, the mainstream media regularly biases stories against the conservative viewpoint (all while feigning balance).

But there is an example of media bias that many people often overlook—the very selection of stories itself is biased. In other words, while the media often spins stories towards the liberal perspective, there is a deeper kind of bias that operates on the level of which stories are even covered in the first place ...

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2 Lessons from Living on Skid Row

By Sean McDowell Apr. 4, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Church Life, Culture, Ethics, Spiritual Formation

Last week I had the opportunity of co-leading a trip of 30+ high school students to stay at the Union Rescue Mission on Skid Row for three days. The students served meals in the kitchen, played Bingo with Mission residents, cleaned, played with children, served cold water to people living in the streets, shared meals with strangers, and much more. The trip was life changing for me, the students, and we hope maybe even some of the people at the URM ...

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Does Porn Really Harm Society? An Interview with Dr. John Foubert

By Sean McDowell Feb. 21, 2017 9:00 a.m. Culture, Ethics, Marriage and Family

Dr. John Foubert has been studying pornography and its effects on people for over a decade. I have written and spoken extensively on pornography, so I was eager when Dr. Foubert graciously asked me to endorse his recent book How Pornography Harms. And it did not disappoint. In fact, I would consider an indispensable resource for students, parents, teachers, and pastors to be informed about how pornography is changing the way people think about sex ...

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Digital Resources from Biola Professors

Jan. 16, 2017 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Christian Education, Culture, Ethics, Ministry and Leadership, New Testament, Old Testament, Spiritual Formation, Theology

Digital courses taught by a growing number of Biola’s professors are now available through Logos Mobile Education ...

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