Charles P. Baylis

Dr. Baylis is a Professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary where he has taught for 25 years. His specialty is the biblical story and how the books contribute to the grand narrative of the Bible. He is also CEO and President of Biblical Story, Inc., a non-profit ministry dedicated to teaching the grand narrative of the Biblical Story. That website is free and goes throughout the world, training churches, pastors, teachers, missionaries, students, Bible studies, home schools, etc. If you would like to use it, or give it out, the website address is www.BiblicalStory.org. In addition, he is a preacher, conference speaker, Bible teacher, and author of a number of articles for journals as well as a book contributor. He and his wife, Sharon, have three children, and two grandchildren.

Bible
Apr 30, 2019
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The Bodily Resurrection: the Glorious, but Neglected, Hope of the Biblical Story Dr. Charles Baylis, professor of Bible Exposition, discusses the biblical story and how the biblical story points to the bodily resurrection of Jesus, encouraging believers to look...
Chapel
Jun 22, 2016
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The Calming of the Storm: About Jesus or About You? Dr. Charles Baylis, Professor of Bible Exposition, talks about how the calming of the storm is often used to speak about Jesus fixing one's problems, yet the passage, like all the...
Chapel
Jul 22, 2015
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The Elder Son Dr. Charles Baylis, Professor of Bible Exposition, looks at the parable of the Lost Son and points out it is not our personal accomplishments, but where we stand with God, that...
Chapel
Jul 23, 2014
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The Ten Lepers Dr. Charles Baylis, Professor of Bible Exposition, explains the greatest day of nine lepers was the day they were healed of leprosy, while the greatest day of the tenth leper was...
Chapel
Feb 14, 2013
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The Story of the Lost Son (Luke 15:11-32) Dr. Charles Baylis, Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, explains that "The Story of the Lost Son" is a retelling of an Old Testament story in Deuteronomy 30:1-9.