Daniel B. WallaceDorian G. Coover-CoxNikki GetmanRobert B. ChisholmW. Hall HarrisDarrell L. Bock
How Is a Bible Translated?In this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock interacts with a special panel of contributors to the recent NET Bible translation, focusing on issues of translating the Bible into modern...
Nov 22, 2019
Samuel P. Chia
Cross-Cultural Insight: Get a Clear ViewAs a non-native English speaker, it often fascinates me how language can communicate different things, especially in a cross-cultural setting. For example, the color red in the...
Nov 1, 2019
Mark L. Bailey
Reflection of the TruthBeholding the Word of God is like looking in a mirror. We see two things: We understand what God is like, and unfortunately, we also find out more about ourselves and our desires....
Oct 15, 2019
Mark M. Yarbrough
Why Seminary? Why DTS?Dr Mark Yarbrough, vice president for Academic Affairs and professor of Bible Exposition, greets the prospective students with a message about attending seminary and what Dallas...
Oct 4, 2019
Joseph M. Stowell
Gone Fishin'Dr. Joe Stowell closes the Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series in Bible Exposition with a reminder of service an an expression of love for Christ is the key to effectively managing...
Oct 3, 2019
Joseph M. Stowell
Who Gets the Glory?Dr. Joe Stowell discusses the story of Moses and stresses learning to minister for the glory of God and not for self as the ultimate priority in ministry.
God's Leaders, God's People: SamsonDr. Abraham Kuruvilla, senior research professor of Preaching and Pastoral Ministries, reflects on the life of Samson and speaks a word of encouragement to finish well, committed...
Daniel B. WallaceDarrell L. BockDorian G. Coover-CoxNiki GetmanRobert B. ChisholmW. Hall Harris
Cultural Engagement: The NET Bible PanelDr. Darrell Bock, executive director for Cultural Engagement at the Hendricks Center, talks with contributors to the newest release of the NET Bible: Drs. Dorian Coover-Cox, Hall...
The Bible: A Metaphor for MaturityDr. Mark Bailey, president of DTS, begins the new semester with a word of exhortation about the spiritual life, built in community, transformed by the Holy Spirit, founded in the...
Aug 13, 2019
Douglas MooDarrell L. Bock
How English Bibles are MadeIn this episode, Drs. Darrell L. Bock and Douglas Moo discuss the realities and challenges of producing Bible translations.
Jun 6, 2019
What Would You Do?Reverend Patrick Thomas, Director of Chapel Music and Worship at DTS, asks us to remember that no matter what we face in life that others are always watching and listening.
May 1, 2019
George M. Hillman
Hope Has a NameDr. George Hillman, vice president of Student Life, shares a message of hope from the Psalms, founded in Jesus, and reminds believers to preach this hope to themselves and others.
Forming a PlanDr. Elliott Johnson, senior professor of Bible Exposition, reminds believers of the tendency to make plans, but it is the Lord who determines the steps.
Mar 15, 2019
Charles R. Swindoll
Let's Crown Character in Today's CultureFormer presidential speechwriter Peggy Noonan has written several fine books. One has a title that stands out above the rest. It is the one she wrote about our fortieth president,...
Mar 1, 2019
Mark L. Bailey
Achieving Our Highest StandardThere’s a question that always occurs to me as I read Jesus’s words in Matthew 10:25, a passage that has left a haunting ache in my heart from the first moment I read it....
Feb 13, 2019
Your Assumption is ShowingRev. Andy Stanley challenges believers to tether their faith to the resurrection event that sparked the church movement that brought about the Bible.
Feb 8, 2019
A Sacrifice of AtonementDr. Douglas Moo concludes the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship with a focus on sacrifice and substitution as basic to Paul's atonement conception.
Feb 7, 2019
Christ Died for UsDr. 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...
Feb 6, 2019
Every Spiritual BlessingDr. Douglas Moo continues to discuss the new realm and the basic ways in which Paul portrays the believer's salvation.
Feb 5, 2019
Because of His MercyDr. Douglas Moo, Wessner Chair of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, opens the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship series with an exploration into the topic...