Exploring Origins Conference

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Point Loma Nazarene University played host to a conference exploring the intersection of scripture, creation, and scientific discovery. Exploring Origins: Nazarenes in Dialogue brought church leaders, scholars, students, and laity together to discuss topics such as intelligent design and theistic evolution as well as biblical exegesis, theological affirmations and doctrinal statements. PLNU Provost Dr. Kerry… Read more »

Book Release: Results May Vary

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The American writer, theologian, and minister Frederick Buechner has said that the story of any one of us is in some measure the story of us all. When we share our stories, those who listen to us hear what sounds something like their own lives. The variety of human experience somehow seems familiar.

African Journalists Visit PLNU

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On November 8, journalists representing 12 African nations visited PLNU. The delegation was invited to San Diego by the San Diego Diplomacy Council, an extension of the U.S. State Department and a nonprofit that seeks to “promote global understanding between San Diego citizens and…neighbors around the world.”

Speech and Debate Takes China

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This summer, PLNU director of forensics Skip Rutledge, professor of communication G.L. Forward and PLNU student Sydney Awakuni joined 55 other debate coaches and students from several U.S. colleges on a 15-day trip to China to study debate, participate in various debate styles, network with other coaches and students from around the world, and take in the incredible landscape.