A Pivotal Moment in HistoryI recently spoke at a weekend retreat in east Texas to a group of young adults from a local church near Dallas. At the end of our time together, we had a Q&A session that lasted...
Jan 9, 2017
Blazed Out of DarknessE ver wonder why a physically blind person longs to see light while a spiritually blind person does not? The man born blind in John 9 saw darkness: no colors, no shapes, no depth...
Dec 20, 2016
Darrell L. BockMikel Del Rosario
Experiencing the Christmas StoryIn this episode, Mikel Del Rosario and Dr. Darrell Bock discuss experiencing the Christmas story, focusing on the accounts in Matthew and Luke.
Dec 6, 2016
Adam JohnsonDarrell L. Bock
Why Did Jesus Have to Die?In this episode, Darrell Bock and Adam Johnson discuss the various biblical approaches to understanding the doctrine of the atonement.
Sep 1, 2016
RootsPastor Don Geiger, now retired, returns to DTS for Heritage Week, sharing unique insight into the founder of the seminary and encouraging current student to know and appreciate the...
Jun 28, 2016
David BennettDarrell L. Bock
The Same-Sex Attracted ChristianIn this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock and David Bennet discuss his conversion from atheism to Christianity, focusing on his departure from a gay lifestyle to celibacy for the sake of...
Dr. Elliott Johnson honored with Festschrift
During the DTS alumni breakfast at the ETS annual meeting, Dr. Elliott E. Johnson, senior professor of Bible Exposition, was honored with a festschrift titled, The Theory and...
Promises to Survive DTS ByDr. Rick Calenberg, Professor of World Missions and Intercultural Studies, reminds us that when the fears and anxieties of study and life overwhelm us, God's promises in Isaiah...
Aug 26, 2014
Mark L. Bailey
The Glory of God and the Mission of DTSDr. Mark Bailey, President of Dallas Theological Seminary and Professor of Bible Exposition, welcomes new and returning students to DTS with a message about God's glory from Isaiah...
Aug 6, 2014
Gordon H. Johnston
The Problem of Waiting On GodDr. Gordon Johnston, Professor of Old Testament Studies, speaks from Isaiah 30, reminding us that although we might not like to wait on God, God is more than willing to wait on us.