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New Resources from the Seminary Family

Four Views on the Warning Passages in Hebrews
Edited by Dr. Herbert Batemen (ThM, 1987; PhD, 1993)

Interpreting the Historical Books: An Exegetical Handbook
Dr. Robert B. Chisholm (ThM, 1978; ThD, 1983) and David M. Howard

Cappuccino with Colossians
Sandra Glahn (ThM, 2001)

Premium Roast with Ruth
Sandra Glahn (ThM, 2001)

Living by the Book, Expanded
Dr. Howard Hendricks (ThM, 1950) and William D. Hendricks (MA[BS], 1984)

Paul, the Community, and Progressive Sanctification: An Exploration into
Community‑Based Transformation within Pauline Theology

Dr. James Howard (PhD, 2004)

Holy Ambition: What It Takes to Make a Difference for God
Chip Ingram (ThM, 1984)

Second Chance, Second Act: Turning Your Messes into Successes
Dr. Robert Jeffress (ThM, 1981)

Grandpa Mike Talks about God
Dr. Michael Lawson (ThM, 1969)

Portraits of Jesus in the Gospel of John
Dr. Robert Lightner (ThM, 1959; ThD, 1964)

Money Matters in the Church
Dr. Aubrey Malphurs (ThM, 1978; PhD, 1981)

A New Kind of Church
Dr. Aubrey Malphurs (ThM, 1978; PhD, 1981)

Hazards of Being a Man: Twelve Challenges All Men Face
Jeffrey E. Miller (ThM, 2000)

Congratulations, You’ve Got Tweens!
Dr. Paul Pettit (ThM, 1996; DMin, 2007)

Creating Stories That Connect: A Pastor’s Guide to Storytelling
Dr. D. Bruce Seymour (ThM, 1984)

Invitation to Biblical Preaching
Dr. Donald R. Sunukjian (ThM, 1966; ThD, 1972)

Outside the Heavenly City: Abortion in Rome and the Early Church’s Response
Dr. Steven Waterhouse (DMin, 1995)

Order online from the DTS Book Center or call 800-798-2957.

Comments
Ministry
Aug 23, 2019
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Most Magnificent Life Several times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel, including Seminary Preview Day, to encourage prospective students. Here is an excerpt from one of his recent chapels. Let me...
Public Square
Aug 9, 2019
Darrell L. BockDarrell L. BockMark L. BaileyMark L. BaileyMargaret TolliverMargaret Tolliver
A Call to Self-Reflective Action Our nation’s latest tragedies raise many questions for all of us. However, a few things are clear. As a nation, we are not well. Our natural response is to look for blame because...