Deuteronomy

Public Square
Nov 26, 2013
Chip IngramChip IngramDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Nurturing a Christian Family in a Secular World Dr. Darrell Bock and Chip Ingram discuss the Christian family, focusing on setting the tone for life in a Christian household with children in the early childhood and teenage...
Bible
Nov 7, 2013
M. Daniel Carroll R.M. Daniel Carroll R.
Migration, Law, and Mission Dr. Danny Carroll, distinguished professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary, exhorts us to see Bible stories through the lens of migration.
Chapel
Feb 14, 2013
Charles P. BaylisCharles P. Baylis
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.
Ministry
Aug 20, 2012
Jason Seville
How to Engage Your Mind in Seminary without Losing Your Heart As the logic goes, one can either engage God with the mind or one can engage God emotionally. How can you do both?
Book Excerpts
Jul 15, 2012
Mary DeMuthMary DeMuth
Slaying Idols Excerpt from Beautiful Battle, by Mary DeMuth Little children, keep yourselves from idols.- 1 JOHN 5:21 KJV In the spirit of boredom, I’ve been a bit of a sloth-girl this...
Theology
Jun 1, 2012
Klaus D. Issler
Living Into the Life of Jesus Excerpt from Living into the Life of Jesus By Dr. Klauss Issler Exemplary Jesus-Practices About Money PRACTICE 2: TRUSTING GOD’S PROVISION WHILE WISELY USING MONEY ON LOAN...
Spiritual Life
Mar 1, 2012
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Hope through the Night Dallas Theological Seminary President Mark L. Bailey shows the source of hope for those in the middle of dark times.
Article
Feb 20, 2012
Robert Bugh
When the Bottom Drops Out: Finding Grace in the Depths of Disappointment Chapter 1: Truths in the Night A couple of months after Carol [my wife] died, I stood in our laundry room facing a significant pile of laundry. It had been a long day at...
Bible
Feb 16, 2012
John Trent
Issues in Christian Education Chapel Dr. John Trent, President and Founder, Strong Families, Scottsdale, AZ, shares his experience as a DTS student to encourage us to choose life in Christ as we pass on the blessing...
Bible
Jun 15, 2011
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
No Moabites Allowed Dr. Glenn Kreider, Professor of Theological Studies, explains that if grace is "unmerited favor", then grace cannot establish precedent. Rather, grace is always unmerited,...
Theology
May 1, 2011
Tony EvansTony Evans
Biblical Justice What is Social Justice? Social justice has become a convoluted term meaning different things to different people. People often use it as a catchphrase for illegitimate forms of...
Bible
Feb 24, 2011
Julie WatersJulie Waters
God, The Redeemer of Slaves, Past and Present Mrs. Julie Waters, Attorney and Director, Free the Captives Houston, TX , explores God redeeming the Israelites out of Egyptian slavery, us out of spiritual slavery, and modern day...
Bible
Nov 2, 2010
Doug McConnell
God's Care for Children Dr. Doug McConnell, Dean of the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, explains that God's care for children is first and foremost the family.
Book Excerpts
Nov 1, 2008
Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus Enter the Holy Land through its settings, sights, and sounds to discover its sacred places and the lessons they teach us.
Chapel
Oct 14, 2008
Brian L. WebsterBrian L. Webster
The Shema: Parents, Church and Society Dr. Brian Webster, associate professor of Old Testament Studies, discusses the shema of Deuteronomy 6. He unpacks how a correct view of God provides certain values that will...
Public Square
Sep 11, 2007
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Good Migrations?: Immigration Q&A with Dr. Michael Pocock As immigration policy continues to be a hotly debated issue, read as Dr. Michael Pocock, Senior Professor Emeritus of World Missions and Intercultural Studies at DTS, suggests a...
Book Excerpts
Apr 1, 2007
Wayne StilesWayne Stiles
Going Places with God Read an excerpt from Going Places with God, by Wayne Stiles (ThM, 1997; DMin, 2004), executive vice president and chief content officer at Insight for Living.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Sue G. EdwardsSue G. Edwards
Blessed Are the Peacemakers: Preventing Conflict “I’m so sorry, but I must ask you to step down from the board until we sort all this out.” I spoke gently, but still Barbara’s blue eyes brimmed with tears.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
The World Is Your Workshop We led many Bible clubs when our children were young with neighborhood children coming to our home. A great way to witness to parents was to say, “I wish you could have been in...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
In The Word Whether dealing with greed or generosity, laziness or work, the Bible has a lot to say about how we handle our resources—our energy, our money, our time. What exactly does it...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Touch Tomorrow, Today In Deuteronomy 6:1–2, we read what God said through Moses to the Israelites about teaching His commandments to future generations: Now this is the commandment, and these are the...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Clearing the Muddy Waters A recent United Nations report predicted that severe and potentially irreversible damage to the environment will occur by the year 2032—most of it in developing countries. As...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Robert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
Truth in Balance: Two Portraits of a Father’s Love The Lord is depicted in Scripture both as one who sends fire on Israel¹s cities and as a tender lover wooing His wayward bride. Dr. Robert Chisholm (ThD, 1983), chair and...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Cloning, Stem-Cell Research and the Bible THE GENETIC REVOLUTION MAY HAVE BEGUN in the twentieth century, but its impact will be felt mostly in the twenty-first century. Meanwhile, as knowledge in genetics doubles every...