Magazine Issue: Fall 2019

Bible
Dec 20, 2019
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Learn to Cut Straight DTS teaches many things and it remains firm on accuracy—living an accurate life, communicating accurately, and presenting biblical information carefully in a way that people can...
Bible
Dec 13, 2019
Joseph D. FantinJoseph D. Fantin
Adopted by God into His Family Adoption. It’s how we got into God’s family and, frankly, it doesn’t get much better than this. No matter our social or ethnic background, education, or history, this is a...
Bible
Nov 22, 2019
Samuel P. ChiaSamuel P. Chia
Cross-Cultural Insight: Get a Clear View As 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...
Theology
Nov 15, 2019
Benjamin I. SimpsonBenjamin I. SimpsonDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Minding the Gap: Orality, Memory, and the Gospels How can a believer communicate effectively and retain the attention of a person who does not regard the Bible as inspired? If they are aware of what the culture alleges about how...
Spiritual Life
Nov 8, 2019
Jay E. SmithJay E. Smith
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Mirror-Reading Occasional Letters Reading the New Testament, especially the Pauline letters, is like listening to one end of a telephone conversation. The possibility of misunderstanding Paul’s letters looms...
Bible
Nov 1, 2019
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Reflection of the Truth Beholding 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....
Campus News
Oct 25, 2019
Raquel P. WrotenRaquel P. Wroten
2019 Alumni Distinguished Service Award | Henry Breidenthal At eighty-seven years old, Dr. Henry Breidenthal continues a spiritual discipline that began with the phrase, “No Bible, No Breakfast.” This saying may seem familiar to some,...