The Dating Guidebook: How to deal with shy guys

November 13, 2008

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Q: Guys seem so afraid and shy to pursue or even talk to women around here … what’s the deal? A: Good news Biola women! We think you can do a lot to help this problem. Here are a couple of areas to work on: Change your t...

Unity through diversity

November 11, 2008

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Written by Mireya Del Cid, Wendy Flores, Maiju Karkkainen and Danielle Moser “He is going to get assassinated anyway.” “All white people are to report to the cotton fields at 7 a.m. tomorrow for orientation.” “They are going to turn the W...

Using family values to stabilize the world

November 10, 2008

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Three days ago, I became a proud employee of Best Buy. After filling out a good 16 tons of paperwork and jotting my signature no less than 84 times, I was finally informed that I should arrive at 2 p.m. for “staff orientation.” Up...

The reasons behind “No”-bama

November 5, 2008

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Now that the presidential election is over, it is time for predictions of the future. Well, that’s not entirely true. I have had these thoughts since long before the election began — as much as I supported John McCain, I ...

Celebrating our democracy and trusting in God

November 5, 2008

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Written by Biola professor Dave Peters The election of Barack Obama to be the first black president of the United States is as historic as our country’s early practice of slavery. Even though, as Colin Powell reminded us after ...

Facing off: Republican farewell

November 5, 2008

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First, congratulations to President-elect Barack Obama. This campaign has been long and arduous and he has competed with grace and honor. America has clearly spoken and made their choice. Regardless of our political views –...

Violence and the real world

November 5, 2008

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While some people have been getting all hot and bothered over some election I keep hearing about, the rest of us have our minds set on higher priorities, such as videogames. Winter is fast approaching, and with it comes the on...

Why politicks suck: A theological apologetic for government

November 4, 2008

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Every Christian in America should ask two questions and then vote. What species of government did our Founding Fathers birth? And what does scripture say about government? A cursory look at the Declaration of Independence shows our...

Friends don´t let friends watch college football

November 1, 2008

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I have a roommate named Micah. I like to write about him because I’m pretty sure he doesn’t like to read about himself. There are specific reasons I live with the guy. For one, he’s dependable. I can always count on finding hi...

Republican reality: What if the Right is wrong?

October 28, 2008

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I’m writing this article because I think the Christian Right needs to take a long hard look at its policy agenda and make some changes. Religion, morality, and politics are inherently intermingled and therefore should not be se...

How you should vote on issues, if you must

October 26, 2008

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Written by James Wright When you cast your ballot, what are you voting for? The hope that your candidate will work to affect climate change? End abortion? Approve a non-interventionist foreign policy? Perhaps enact a constitut...

Iced Out No More: How to meet the ladies

October 26, 2008

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Q: Hey, how would you start dating somebody if you’re not involved with anyone? Just walk through the dorms of the women? I've tried that before, but really no one had there rooms open or seemed willing to talk. A: Uh, I hope you’re joking man. Trying to m...

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