1. Wired: We Have The Technology

    Technology and our apparent avid need for it.

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  2. Stumble-Worthy

    Wrestling with the modesty standards in Christianity.

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  3. The Northern Wild

    Explorations in Yosemite and God's evident beauty in the outdoors.

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    Letter From The Editor

    The Fall 2014 theme for The Point Magazine is Perspectives. These stories exemplify different perspectives or a way in which God has radically shifted how a writer sees things. We are able to enjoy the blessing of seeing things differently than the people around us. Whether it be negative or positive, we have all undergone experiences that shape us and have crafted our mindset.

    By Alissa Sandoval

  2. Secular Perspective

    Lackluster: Why Hide Your Light?

    Musicians in worship bands are all religious… Right? Matt and Danny defy this assumption. The two young atheist friends were enjoying their Friday night in Downtown Disney sitting by the fountain in front of the House of Blues. The melodic sounds of that night’s band played softly in the background. With hearts and love for music, the two men use their rhythmic talents to play for church services on Sunday mornings.

    By Elise Anderson

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    Suitably Sacred

    Grammy for “Best Gospel Album.” Mixtape downloaded over 100,000 times in 48 hours. A breakthrough into secular music. $3 million net worth. Newest album debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with nearly 89,000 copies sold in the first week. And a relationship with Jesus Christ.

    By Jennifer Wenzel

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    Expansive: Why Christian Artists Can Be Bold

    Nery Gabriel Lemus, whose exhibit _I Was a Stranger and You Welcomed Me_ was displayed in Biola's Earl and Virginia Green Art Gallery this fall, is a local artist from the Los Angeles area. Choosing no preferred medium, he lets art take him where it leads him.

    By Candace Guereque

  5. Weightless

    Weightless: Starving Our Words of Meaning

    “And yet what a subtle magic there was in them! They seemed to be able to give a plastic form to formless things, and to have a music of their own as sweet as that of viol or lute. Mere words! Was there anything so real as words?”

    By Torie Hamilton

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