Job

Book Excerpts
May 22, 2015
Mark M. YarbroughMark M. Yarbrough
Book Excerpt: How to Read the Bible Like a Seminary Professor Dr. Mark Yarbrough, VP for Academic Affairs at DTS, gives us a practical and entertaining exploration of the world's most famous book.
Ministry
Sep 2, 2014
Paul E. PettitPaul E. Pettit
Following Jesus in Seminary An excerpt from Blessed Are the Balanced: A Seminarian’s Guide to Following Jesus in the Academy, by Dr. Paul Pettit, DTS grad and adjunct professor of pastoral...
Stories
Jul 3, 2013
Miltinnie Yih
God's Role in My Son's Autism When Miltinnie Yih’s son received a diagnosis of “autism,” she wrestled with the “why?” Was it unconfessed sin? A generational curse? Demonic oppression? Ultimately she...
Bible
Apr 27, 2012
Sten-Erik ArmitageSten-Erik Armitage
Senior Preaching Week: Suffering in the Life of the Believer Sten-Erik Armitage, Senior Preacher, DTS, explains how we are to respond when faced with unexpected suffering which can seem irrational, yet often intentional.
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...
Article
May 2, 2011
Read the Latest Kindred Spirit The Spring 2011 edition of Kindred Spirit is now available online and focuses on "the aged and aging." In one article, Generation to Generation, Dr. Mark...
Article
Apr 1, 2011
Forrest S. Weiland
When People Live to Be Very Old What does the Bible say about the aged and aging? Quite a bit actually.
Spiritual Life
Apr 1, 2011
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Generation to Generation Lately I’ve been hearing that sixty-five is the new forty. And there’s probably some truth to the observation, as the young-at-heart are staying healthy longer.
Bible
Dec 1, 2009
Roy B. ZuckRoy B. Zuck
Coping with Grief The death of your loved one may have been anticipated, coming after a long illness. Or it may have been so sudden that it was totally unexpected. Whatever the cause, death is...
Bible
Sep 4, 2009
Thomas L. ConstableThomas L. Constable
Look At Me! Senior professor of Bible Exposition, Dr. Thomas Constable, encourages us to look at God more than we look at ourselves.
Article
Sep 1, 2009
William R. Cutrer
The Human Response to Crisis From the new release, The Church Leader's Handbook
Article
Jul 1, 2009
Tony T. Maalouf
Vindicating Ishmael A Westerner who calls someone a donkey intends it as an insult. And this understanding of the word “donkey” clouds how many view the prophecy about Ishmael in Genesis 16. A...
Chapel
Apr 17, 2009
Douglas K. BlountDouglas K. Blount
Why Suffering Happens Doug Blount, professor of Theological Studies, discusses why people suffer in this world. He reads from Job and encourages us to trust God when we suffer on this earth.
Chapel
Mar 6, 2009
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Unwelcome Presence Charles Swindoll, Chancellor of Dallas Seminary and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, looks at the first two chapters of Job and discusses the presence and terrible...
Theology
Mar 1, 2009
Thomas E. Woodward
Explaining about Our Creator: ANSWERING DARWIN As the world celebrates Darwin, a leading voice in the intelligent-design movement talks about how we can engage the culture by pointing to God as creator.
Bible
Nov 1, 2008
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
What Creation Teaches Us about God The psalmist prayed, “It was you who opened up springs and streams; you dried up the ever flowing rivers."
Article
Mar 1, 2008
Paul R. Anderson
The Impromptu Tongue God is concerned about the smallest details of our lives, including how we use that tiny member—the tongue. James’s epistle provides four powerful images to remind us of how...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Can Anything Good Come from Suffering? We will never fully understand why God permits evil, but we know from the Bible that He can use our trials to accomplish several things. To encourage us to prayCall upon me in...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Why Does God Allow Suffering? While we acknowledge the fact that God’s providential care rescues us from countless dangers, still, we may wonder about the times when He didn’t deliver us, or why we...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Depths of God: Developing Intimacy Deep things are intriguing. Deep jungles. Deep water. Deep caves and canyons. Deep thoughts and conversations.  There is nothing like depth to make us dissatisfied with...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Michael Card
Worship in the Wilderness The Christian life is hardly a state of being downright happy all the time. In fact the most common form of prayer in the psalms is the lament. Singer and songwriter Michael Card...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Thomas L. ConstableThomas L. Constable
If I Had More Faith Would God Answer My Prayers? “If you just had more faith, you would see more miracles happen in your life.” The idea behind this challenging statement has become prevalent in the Christian...