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Diane Vincent

Diane E. Vincent is Assistant Professor of Medieval Literature at Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University. Her research interests include the role of religious language in medieval England; Lollardy, heresy, and writing under persecution; medieval pedagogy… Read More…

 

Fred Sanders

Fred Sanders is an evangelical thinker with a passion for the great tradition of Christian theology. You probably can’t believe how interested he is in the doctrine of the Trinity, but he is also interested in the visual arts, iconography, the history of ideas… Read More…

 

Greg Peters

Greg Peters is a theologian who is trained in history and focused on spirituality. He has done extensive work on a medieval writer named Peter of Damascus, who you don’t need to feel guilty about never having heard of. Dr. Peters is Associate Professor of Medieval… Read More…

 

Jamie Y. Whitaker Campbell

Jamie Y. Whitaker Campbell is a an assistant professor in the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University. After earning her B.A. in Humanities from Biola University, Prof. Campbell moved to Washington, D.C., where… Read More…

 

Janelle Aijian

Janelle Aijian is a philosopher fascinated by the phenomenon of skepticism, especially the way it happened in the Early Modern period. She’s most interested in what Pascal, and his great inspiration Augustine, have to say about the way a Christian should… Read More...

 

Joe Henderson

Joe Henderson teaches Bible, literature, and hermeneutics. In his doctoral work at Fuller Theological Seminary, he studied hermeneutics and Old Testament literature. His dissertation on the poetry of the book of Jeremiah is the fruit of his… Read More…

 

Matt Jenson

Matt Jenson is a systematic theologian specializing in sin. Really. But in so doing, he is motivated by a desire to understand what it means to be human in terms of the relationships for which we were created and in which we live, move and have our being. So he likes to… Read More…

 

 

Melissa Schubert

If old school philology came back in style, Melissa Schubert would aspire to join its ranks. For now, she happily teaches and studies great literature, especially Spenser, Shakespeare, and Milton. She is an assistant professor in the Torrey Hon… Read More…

 

Paul Spears

Paul Spears is an educational theorist who studies how philosophical and theological commitments shape the way teachers and students behave in the classroom. He has given special attention to the influence of the German research University model on American higher educatio… Read More…

 

Peter David Gross

Peter David Gross is Director of Programs at Wheatstone Ministries and the Editor of its monthly publication, The Examined Life. He has a degree in Anthropology from Biola University, and is a Member of the Torrey Honors Institute. Read More…

 

Robert Llizo

Robert Thomas Llizo received his B.A. in History at Biola University in 1988, an M.A. in Medieval and Renaissance History in 1991, and after years of travels through Europe and teaching in the Torrey Honors Institute, finally received his Ph.D. in Medieval Hist… Read More…

 

R.A. Torrey

R. A. Torrey (1856-1928) was the first academic dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. Torrey had two earned degrees from Yale and a year of graduate work in German universities, along with later honorary doctorates. As a world-travelling evangelist, he was… Read More…


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