Spring 2014

The Crisis of Biblical Illiteracy

Christians used to memorize and meditate on the Bible. We don’t do that anymore, and in a sense we’re starving ourselves to death. A look at the problem, how we got here and what needs to change.

Read Full Story

Prefer a PDF?: Download this issue

Red Report

The End of Emerson

Something new is in store for Biola’s oldest dorm

Solidarity Against Secularism

Ravi Zacharias and Dennis Prager speak to sold-out crowd

Biola Announces New Applied Psychology Completion Program

New hybrid program targets adult learners

Get to Know

Melissa Schubert, beekeeping Shakespeare enthusiast

Biola Chorale Consoles South Korean Mourners

Student group prays, sings hymns near site of ferry disaster

Winter Sports Highlights

Ask an Expert

What Can Christians Learn from Jesus’ Leadership Style?

Nancy Ortberg (’78, M.A. ’83) on organizational effectiveness, teamwork and what it means to be a countercultural Christian leader in today’s business world

The Last Word

A Curious Number in Numbers

How should we understand the "10 times" Israel tested God in Numbers 14:22-23?

Alumni News

News and Notes

Alumni Files

What We’re Doing About Debt

Where Are They Now?

Biolans Up Close

Soyon (Chun, ’05) Thompson brings God’s love to trafficking victims in Nepal

Meet the 2014 Alumni Award Winners


Defend Your Faith

Why Christianity Went Bust in Britain

President's Perspective

A Psalm for South Korea

Editor's Note

A Problem of Biblical Proportions

Biola University
13800 Biola Ave. La Mirada, CA 90639