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Jan 21, 2019
Martin Luther King, Jr. Chapel Presidential Announcement 2019   We at Dallas Theological Seminary want to be continually conscious of the sins of our past—both the sins of our American forefathers and those of the American...
Campus News
Dec 19, 2018
National Geographic Magazine Recognizes Biblical Manuscript Preservation Work of DTS Alumni National Geographic magazine has featured DTS senior research professor of New Testament Studies Dr. Dan Wallace (ThM, 1979; PhD 1995), along with Liberty University professor Dr....
Campus News
Dec 17, 2018
Dallas Theological Seminary selects The Dingman Company to assist with Presidential Search Announcement from the Presidential Search Committee: Dallas Theological Seminary has officially begun the presidential search process to find the successor to current president,...
Campus News
Dec 15, 2018
G. William (Bill) Bryan (1936–2018) Chaplain G. William (Bill) Bryan, DTS graduate, beloved chaplain, pastor, friend, devoted husband, father of three, grandfather to nine, and spiritual mentor to many, passed into...
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Faith & Work
Feb 19, 2019
Bill HendricksBill HendricksTom NelsonTom Nelson
Faith, Work, and Economics In this episode, Bill Hendricks and Tom Nelson discuss the relationship between faith, work, and the economy.
Ministry
Feb 12, 2019
Ron NelsonRon NelsonDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Serving Communities at Home and Abroad In this episode, Dr. Darrell L. Bock and Mr. Ron Nelson discuss serving local and global communities, focusing on his ministry with Sowing Seeds of Joy.
Public Square
Feb 5, 2019
Keith S. LindleyKeith S. LindleyKymberli CookKymberli CookTimothy S. YoderTimothy S. Yoder
Christian Responses to the Problem of Evil In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Dr. Timothy S. Yoder, and Keith S. Lindley discuss Christian responses to the problem of evil, focusing on theodicy.
Religion
Jan 29, 2019
Timothy TennentTimothy TennentDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Respectfully Engaging World Religions In this episode, Drs. Darrell L. Bock and Timothy C. Tennent discuss respectfully engaging world religion.
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Ministry
Feb 15, 2019
Joni Eareckson TadaJoni Eareckson Tada
The Indispensable Church Mrs. Joni Eareckson Tada, founder and CEO of Joni and Friends International Disability Center in Agoura Hills, CA, encourages believers toward a deeper trust in the Lord as they...
Spiritual Life
Feb 14, 2019
Daniel B. WallaceDaniel B. Wallace
An Excruciating Gift Dr. Daniel Wallace, senior research professor of New Testament Studies, reminds believers how the past death of Jesus displays the present love of God.
Bible
Feb 13, 2019
Andy StanleyAndy Stanley
Your Assumption is Showing Rev. Andy Stanley challenges believers to tether their faith to the resurrection event that sparked the church movement that brought about the Bible.
Ministry
Feb 12, 2019
Andy StanleyAndy Stanley
Creating a Great Staff Culture Rev. Andy Stanley, senior pastor at North Point Ministries in Alpharetta, GA, discusses the interpersonal aspects of local church ministry, highlighting mutual submission as a...
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Stories
Feb 19, 2019
DTS Grad Tonya Neal Ministers to the Abused Each year there are approximately 5.3 million incidents of physical abuse toward women and over three million incidents towards men. Abuse cuts across all racial, ethnic,...
Houston Chapel
Feb 9, 2019
C. David HarrisonC. David Harrison
When Labor Seems in Vain C. David Harrison, pastor of First Church Heights in Houston, TX, encourages leaders not to measure success in ministry by result that are seen, but by the fruit of their labor.
Bible
Feb 8, 2019
Douglas MooDouglas Moo
A Sacrifice of Atonement Dr. Douglas Moo concludes the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship with a focus on sacrifice and substitution as basic to Paul's atonement conception.
Houston Chapel
Feb 7, 2019
David GundersonDavid Gunderson
Be a Farmer Dr. David "Gunner" Gunderson, lead pastor at BridgePoint Bible Church in Houston TX, issues a reminder regarding ministry in remembering fruitfulness doesn't come from watching and...
Bible
Feb 7, 2019
Douglas MooDouglas Moo
Christ Died for Us Dr. Douglas Moo continues the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship with an introduction to the idea of atonement and establishing a context for current debates on the...
Bible
Feb 6, 2019
Douglas MooDouglas Moo
Every Spiritual Blessing Dr. Douglas Moo continues to discuss the new realm and the basic ways in which Paul portrays the believer's salvation.
Ministry
Feb 1, 2019
Humberto GonzalezHumberto Gonzalez
The Impact of His Calling Humberto Gonzalez, Hispanic Pastor at Cross City Church in Euless, TX, discusses the imperative and importance of responding to God's call to teach and protect the truth in the...
Houston Chapel
Feb 4, 2019
Bruce W. FongBruce W. Fong
What You Believe to be True Dr. Bruce Fong, dean of DTS-Houston, affirms the need to believe by choice, not just based on knowing a lot of information.
Faith & Work
Jan 8, 2019
Emily KennedyEmily KennedyMikel Del RosarioMikel Del Rosario
Fighting Human Trafficking in the Digital Age In this episode, Mikel Del Rosario and Emily Kennedy discuss fighting human trafficking in the digital age, focusing on how her start-up company uses artificial intelligence to...
Arts & Media
Nov 20, 2018
Melissa TravisMelissa TravisMikel Del RosarioMikel Del Rosario
Explaining the Christian Worldview to Children In this episode, Mikel Del Rosario and Melissa Cain Travis discuss explaining the Christian worldview to children, focusing on her apologetics work and the Young Defenders Series...
Arts & Media
Nov 6, 2018
Megan AlexanderMegan AlexanderMikel Del RosarioMikel Del Rosario
Faith in the Spotlight In this episode, Mikel Del Rosario and Megan Alexander discuss thriving in your career while staying true to your Christian beliefs, focusing on Alexander's experiences working in...
Stories
Jan 29, 2019
Adam Derus: A Commuter Student Story Adam Derus, a commuter student who lives in Pennsylvania and attends classes at the DTS-DC campus, shares his story with a joy-filled heart. Through DTS's hybrid online/classroom...

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