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A study of sound interpretation and application of the Bible, including analysis of presuppositions, general rules and specialized principles for various biblical genre and phenomena. A presentation of various approaches to studying the Bible.

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Dr. Jon Rittenhouse addresses some of the primary issues confronting Christianity today. In addition to defending the conventions of Christian thought and ideology, Rittenhouse reveals the inconsistencies of many rival viewpoints including scientism and relativism.

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Biola University's Leadership Lecture Series is thrilled to host one of the most influential speakers and communicators in the history of leadership management: Ken Blanchard.

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An journalism integration course taught by Drs. Joanne Jung & Michael Longinow

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Professor Jon Anderson explains conventions and schools of thought that have been prevalent in modern, postmodern, and other contemporary art.

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A survey course in which students explore the nature and process of public relations process as well as methods and professional issues.

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Independent student research and writing in addition to a seminar style classroom atmosphere for the study of selected texts and / or topics from either or both testaments, thematically arranged to emphasize biblical, historical and / or systematic theology.

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Dr. Tim Muehlhoff takes an advanced look at the intersecting worlds of communication and gender studies.

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An expositional study of key passages and themes in Psalms, Proverbs, Job and Ecclesiastes.

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Authorship, date of writing, historical and cultural backdrop, themes, theological issues, literary structure and content.

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