DTS Magazine

Profiles of Senior Members of the DTS Faculty

Bill Bryan

It’s with great joy that we feature our beloved chaplain, Bill Bryan, this Christmas season. Appreciated for his wise counsel, pastor’s heart, and golden trumpet, Bill has been the worship leader for DTS Chapel and Bible conferences all across the U.S., Canada, and Central America. Chaplain Bill’s heart for our students, coupled with his love for Christ, make him an integral part of our campus!

Howard Hendricks

Dr. Howard Hendricks, known simply as “Prof,” has taught at DTS since 1951. In nearly 60 years of teaching he has directly or indirectly touched millions of lives. While Prof steps down from decades of teaching in the classroom, he will dedicate his future years to mentoring and encouraging students at Dallas Seminary. May you be inspired by our beloved friend and colleague, Howard Hendricks, and his continuing passion to reach many generations for Christ.

Dwight Pentecost

For 56 years Dr. Dwight Pentecost has faithfully served as a Professor of Bible Exposition and is one of the world's foremost writers in the field of biblical eschatology. At 94 years of age, he is still effective in the classroom and teaches two courses each semester. Please take a quick look to see one of our most respected professors, Dr. J. Dwight Pentecost – a real cornerstone of Dallas Theological Seminary.

Chuck Swindoll

Chuck Swindoll is pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, president of Insight for Living, and chancellor of DTS. In all of those roles, his main job is simply to "preach the word."

Stanley Toussaint

Dr. Toussaint has faithfully taught New Testament studies at Dallas Seminary since 1960 and has pastored for more than 20 years. Dr. Toussaint aptly blends the mix of scholarship with a pastoral heart for God and God’s people. Known as one of the world’s leading authorities on the New Testament, Dr. Toussaint challenges us to deepen our walk with God.

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