• Tonight is our big Listener Celebration at Biola University with Family Life's Dennis Rainey – still plenty of time to get down here to join us! Hope to see you here!
400-408 – Steve Porter, one of the Associate Directors of the new Center for Christian Thought (cct.biola.edu), under Director Gregg TenElshof and along with Associate Directors Tom Crisp and Todd Vasquez. Steve teaches theology and philosophy for Talbot's Institute for Spiritual Formation and at Rosemead School of Psychology.
• May 18-19th, the CCT is hosting a conference at Biola on "Christian Scholarship in the 21st Century: Prospects & Perils," with plenary speakers Alvin Plantinga, Nicholas Wolterstorff, and Paul Moser.
413-423 – Scott Waller, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Biola, with expertise in American government, political theory, church-state relations, and First Amendment jurisprudence.
428-438 – Scott Rae is the chair of the department of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at Talbot School of Theology (talbot.edu/faculty/profile/scott_rae), his expertise is in applying Christian ethics to medicine and the marketplace, from the lab to the boardroom – from pre-conception to end of life issues, from egg and sperm donations, IVF, surrogacy, and snowflake babies to organ harvesting and cryogenics – behind it all is the Imago Dei and personhood theory.
443-452 – Scott Rae
458-508 – President Barry Corey, will begin his 5th year as president of Biola University in July (biola.edu).
512-523 – Fred Sanders, Associate Professor at the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola since 1999, is a systematic theologian with specific interest in the doctrine of the Trinity, and today we talk about his latest book The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything (Amazon). He and his wife Susan have two children, Freddy and Phoebe, and they're members of Grace Evangelical Free Church.
528-539 – Clint Arnold, was just this week announced as the new Dean of Talbot School of Theology, he's also Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, and Chair of the New Testament Department (Bio).
544-554 – Taun Cortado, is the U.S. Radio and Media Director with Gospel For Asia (winasia.org, 866-WIN-ASIA).
558-608 – Replay MON 400
612-623 – Replay MON 445
628-639 – Replay Dennis Rainey
644-656 – Replay Dennis Rainey