John 3

Review
Jul 21, 2018
David K. LoweryDavid K. Lowery
The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review. I had a conversation with a fellow postgraduate student years ago who held firmly to the notion that limited atonement was the only valid theological point of view. It was his...
Review
Jul 21, 2018
Joseph D. FantinJoseph D. Fantin
John 1:1–7:1. The purpose of the Concordia Commentary series is to help those engaged in ministry (pastors, teachers, and missionaries) to teach the Bible in a clear and faithful manner. The...
Religion
Jun 5, 2018
Mitch GlaserMitch GlaserDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Respectfully Engaging Judaism In this episode, Drs. Darrell L. Bock and Mitch Glaser discuss respectfully engaging Judaism.
Theology
Dec 26, 2017
Mikel Del RosarioMikel Del RosarioDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Understanding the Nicene Creed In this episode, Mikel L. Del Rosario and Dr. Darrell L. Bock and discuss the Nicene Creed, focusing on the meaning, significance, and truth of historic Christian beliefs.
Article
Nov 27, 2017
Keith LindleyKeith Lindley
Luther and Calvin on the Assurance of Your Salvation This past January, I suffered a retinal detachment in my right eye. For those unfamiliar with this injury, it involves a drastic loss of vision in the affected eye—from perfect...
Spiritual Life
May 25, 2017
Luke SpencerLuke Spencer
Three Ways the Content of our Prayer Exposes our Theology When churches introduce the topic of prayer, people often experience anxiety in two areas. They fear someone will ask them to pray in a small group or another public setting and/or...
Chapel
May 11, 2016
Michael H. BurerMichael H. Burer
The Decreasing Disciple Dr. Michael Burer, Associate Professor of New Testament Studies, encourages the true disciple of Christ to learn to minimize self in order to exalt the Lord.
Stories
Feb 16, 2016
Sandra GlahnSandra Glahn
Dr. Charles C. Ryrie (1925-2016) Dr. Charles Ryrie, best known for The Ryrie Study Bible (Moody), taught Systematic Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary before serving as dean of doctoral studies for more than...
Arts & Media
Dec 8, 2015
Michael J. SvigelMichael J. Svigel
The Irresistible Force of Star Wars: 3 Theological Approaches So why do so many people across generations, cultures, and religions find Star Wars so captivating? Is it the compelling characters? The spectacular score? The breathtaking special...
Faith & Work
Jun 10, 2015
David M. Hoffeditz
They Were Single Too: A Sampling of 8 Bible Characters Single adults in the Bible demonstrate that the single life is both a viable option and one that affords people the opportunity to live uniquely for the Lord—undistracted by...
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...
Article
Jan 7, 2014
Andrew B. SeidelAndrew B. Seidel
Refreshing Your Ministry Vision step 1 Gain a Clearer Understanding of God’s Desires Inherent in a New Year is reflection upon where one has been and a renewed sense of purpose (or a desire for a new purpose)...
Spiritual Life
Aug 15, 2011
Barb Peil
Free at Last: Sidebar Those who know Christ have come to know the truth that sets us free. We are… Free of sin’s ultimate consequences through God’s forgiveness (Col....
Article
Apr 1, 2011
Jeffrey A. Watson
The Nicodemus Question How can a man be born when he is old? (John 3:4). With a curious frown, the great silver-bearded attorney let his question just float there, suspended in the damp night air. How...
Chapel
Jan 14, 2010
David Currie
When Ministry Gets Dangerous Dr. David Currie, founder and president of Doing Family Right, reminds us about the danger of chasing the lime light of ministry.
Stories
Mar 1, 2009
Ann-Margret Hovsepian
Luis Palau: Not Ashamed of the Gospel In the least-churched city in the nation’s least-churched state, Luis Palau works to bring churches together to address homelessness. The result? Heightened interest in a...
Bible
Apr 23, 2008
Kevin Clark
Combat the Temptation to Compete in Ministry Mr. Kevin Clark discusses how John the Baptist successfully prevailed against the temptation to compete in ministry.
Article
Dec 1, 2007
Celestin Musekura
Oh, What a Savior! Celestin Musekura (PhD, 2007) talks about how God saved him from a life of worshiping ancestors to worshiping the Savior. Today he and his wife invite others across East and...
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
Hidden Questions: Lessons From the Woman at the Well “No, I need to clean up my life first,” she told me. “Then God will accept me.” “That’s not possible, Tamara—not for anyone,” I...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Love Mercy “CHAPLAIN, A CPR PATIENT IS coming in by ambulance in two minutes. The paramedics say it doesn’t look good,” the charge nurse told me. My stomach tightened as I...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Stephen J. BramerStephen J. Bramer
Love Others Social justice is the theme of the Old Testament book of Amos.
Spiritual Life
Jul 7, 2006
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
New Beginnings After all, “new” makes sense only when contrasted with what is “old.”
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Larry M. Dinkins
Strategic Assignment Two men who spent a weekend years ago living homeless use what they learned to benefit their ministries today.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Donald K. CampbellDonald K. Campbell
The Resources of God: Divine Power and Provision Someone has said that 2 Peter is in a remote corner of the New Testament. If so, it is a wonderful corner. We find the theme of the book in the last verse, for this is one of those...