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What Does Research Say About Porn?

What Does Research Say About Porn?

Published: June 11th, 2015

In this highlight video from a lecture on the effects of pornography on relationships, Jeff Logue, Ph.D. presents scientific research on how damaging pornography can be.

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Tyrone Block, D.M.A., explains 1900s Shout Band in America’s Black Pentecostal Church as a turning point in 20th century America.

Turning Points in 20th Century America: Shout Bands

Published: February 23rd, 2017

In Spring 2016, the history department hosted the seminar “Turning Points in 20th Century America.” Topics included legal issues, economics, marketing, history, music, church history, Christian film making and social activism. Tyrone Block, D.M.A., explains Shout Band in America’s Black Pentecostal Church during the 1900s.
 

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Gary McElhany, Ph.D., speaks about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the AAA, and the CCC in the 1900s and how the New Deal became a turning point in 20th century America.

Turning Points in 20th Century America: Politics

Published: July 6th, 2015

In Spring 2016, SAGU's History Departmenthosted a seminar titled “Turning Points in 20th Century America.” Topics included legal issues, economics, marketing, history, music, church history, Christian filmmaking and social activism. Gary McElhany, Ph.D., speaks about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the New Deal, the AAA, the CCC, and how they affected America during the 1900s.

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Ryan McElhany, MBA, explains the evolution of marketing, advertising and advertising law in the 1900s and how they were turning points in the 20th century.

Turning Points in 20th Century America: Marketing

Published: September 21st, 2016

In Spring 2016, the history department hosted the seminar “Turning Points in 20th Century America.” Topics included legal issues, economics, marketing, history, music, church history, Christian film making and social activism. Ryan McElhany, MBA, explains the evolution of marketing, advertising and advertising law throughout the 1900s.

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Rob Price, M.A., explains the evolution and history of American cinema.

Turning Points in 20th Century America: Cinema

Published: January 19th, 2017

During the spring of 2016, SAGU’s history department hosted the seminar “Turning Points in 20th Century America.” Topics included legal issues, economics, marketing, history, music, church history, Christian filmmaking and social activism. Rob Price, M.A., explains the evolution and history of American cinema from the roaring twenties all the way into modern cinema.

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Lloyd Uglow, Ph.D., explains how automobiles evolved throughout the 1900s and why their popularity is considered a turning point in 20th century America.

Turning Points in 20th Century America: Automobiles

Published: September 14th, 2016

In Spring 2016, SAGU's History Department hosted the seminar “Turning Points in 20th Century America.” Topics included legal issues, economics, marketing, history, music, church history, Christian filmmaking and social activism. In this video, Dr. Loyd Uglow, explains how automobiles evolved throughout the 1900s and how they began to change America.

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The tomb of Jesus can be described by comparing archaeological evidence with the scriptural texts. Giving us an idea of tombs in the bible and 1st century.

The Tomb of Jesus: First Century Jewish Burials

Published: March 24th, 2016

Many of us have heard the story of Christ’s burial and resurrection. Sadly, since we are removed from the historical context of this event, some of the details of the story can be lost to us. For example, the gospels tell us that Christ was buried in a tomb for three days. Have you ever given any thought to what the tomb of Jesus was actually like? Was it a gravesite like we use today or was it something different?

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The Sport of Solving Quadratic Equations

The Sport of Solving Quadratic Equations

Published: June 14th, 2016

Have you solved any quadratic equations lately? Chances are you have. In fact, many Americans spend several hours each week not only solving quadratic equations, but watching other people solve them as well!

If you haven’t guessed by now, I am talking about watching sports on television. You didn’t pull out your pencil and paper and work through the quadratic formula to solve the equation, but your brain still makes an attempt to do it just by watching.

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Carrie Abbott talks about sexuality specifically in the differences between male and female and how they complement each other to fulfill God's plan

The Prescription for Perfect Relationships

Published: February 11th, 2016

In this Thoughthub Highlight Series, guest speaker Carrie Abbott starts by talking about sexuality specifically in the differences between male and female and how they complement each other to fulfill God's plan.

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Carrie Abbott defines the characteristics of Godly womanhood and the meaning of living like a beautiful biblical woman inside and out.

The Prescription for Being a Biblical Woman

Published: March 8th, 2016

The characteristics of biblical womanhood are based on how a woman acts, thinks, and speaks and with what she reads, listens to, watches and says. In this ThoughtHub video Carrie Abbott from the Legacy Institute encourages godly women to act nobly and exemplify godly beauty. She defines the characteristics and meaning of living like a beautiful biblical woman inside and out as God intended.

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Carrie Abbott gives the prescription for being a biblical man. She explains what biblical masculinity is and having confidence in your christian manhood.

The Prescription For Being a Biblical Man

Published: February 25th, 2016

God created men to have confidence in their masculinity and christian manhood. In this ThoughtHub video Carrie Abbott from the Legacy Institute explains what it means to be a biblical man. She explores biblical masculinity, how to apply it in life and relationships, and addresses common excuses for not acting like a biblical man as laid out in Genesis chapter 2.

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The Power of Print and Its Affect on the Church

The Power of Print and Its Affect on the Church

Published: February 9th, 2016

Reading and writing have been staples of basic communication for thousands of years. One might wonder what kind of effect the written word had on the Church over the centuries. But perhaps a better-crafted question might be what happened to Christianity when words became “printed and replicable” on a large scale.

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This highlight video of Christopher Gornold-Smith's lecture "Corinth in Context," he discusses the political history of the ancient biblical city of Corinth.

The Political History of Ancient Corinth

Published: July 19th, 2016

This highlight video from a lecture entitled "Corinth in Context" discusses the political history of the ancient biblical city of Corinth.

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Carrie Abbott, Legacy Institute, explains the physiological bonds, how your brain reacts during sex and the effects of love in relationships and marriage.

The Physiological Bonds that Happen During Sex

Published: April 26th, 2016

The human brain is a complicated part of the body, its function is to react to life experiences which cause chemical reactions. Carrie Abbott of the Legacy Institute explains how your brain reacts during sex and what chemicals are released; along with how it will affect relationships and future marriages. The bond that sex creates in the human brain strengthens a relationship, however sex is not the only factor that affects any type of relationship. God created sex to strengthen the love in a marriage physically and emotionally by being faithful to one another.

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Rob Price explores how Marshal McLuhan's communication theory "the medium is the message" applies to the Gospel message.

The Medium is the Message: How New Media Affects the Gospel

Published: May 12th, 2016

Being a professor in the Communication Arts Department here at SAGU allows me to spend a lot of time with my students on video, audio, lighting, and editing equipment. But as a Bible-based University, we are challenged to look beyond our cool gadgets and gear to the deeper issues of how methods of communication affect the Gospel message, the Church and our Christian worldview.

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Constitutional Law is a reflection of society. In this blog, we examine the court cases that deemed state and federal sponsored segregation as unconstitutional and a violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment.

The Legal Cases That Abolished 'Separate but Equal' Doctrine

Published: September 14th, 2016

Disclaimer: Article dictated and adapted from the lecture, "Turning Points in 20th Century America: Two Cases That Changed the Nation" by Aaron Burke, J.D., available below.

Constitutional Law is a mirror reflection of society. When thinking about past United States Supreme Court cases, you have to understand the context of an entirely different society. A lot of these cases are sometimes confusing and illogical in today's context. Take, for example, perhaps the two most important Supreme Court opinions in the past 100 years: The case that created the 'Separate but equal' doctrine and the case that abolished the doctrine as it applied to the federal government and the states.

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Dr. Franks explains the mindset needed and how to respond effectively to different types of objections to the truth of Christianity.

The Importance of Renewing Your Mind

Published: January 14th, 2016

In 2015, Dr. Paul Franks and Dr. Jeff Magruder hosted a three-part Christian Apologetics seminar at SAGU. In this session, Dr. Franks explains the mindset needed and how to respond effectively to different types of objections to the truth of Christianity.

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The History of Pentecostal Preaching

The History of Pentecostal Preaching

Published: May 28th, 2015

In this highlight video from a lecture on the early Pentecostal Movement, Jeff Magruder, D.Min. speaks on the delivery and doctrine that is found in early pentecostal preaching.

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Geography of Ancient Corinth

The Geography of Ancient Corinth

Published: February 25th, 2015

In this highlight video from a lecture entitled "Corinth in Context," Christopher Gornold-Smith discusses the geography of the Ancient Corinth.

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Four Chaplains on U.S.A.T. Dorchester

The Four Chaplains: Forgotten Heroes

Published: February 2nd, 2016

There are many forgotten or little known heroes in American history, men and women who gave of themselves so that others could enjoy freedom. We all have heard of such people as Nathan Hale and Jim Bowie who paid the ultimate price for freedom, but few know the story of The Four Military Chaplains and their last heroic acts on the U.S.A.T. Dorchester.

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