Matthew 28

Public Square
Apr 1, 2010
Alejandro MandesAlejandro Mandes
Thinking Theologically about Immigration Politics and economics often frame the immigration debate in North America. Yet Christ-followers need to reframe immigration with two wider, biblical parameters: the Great...
Article
Jan 1, 2010
Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
To the Jew First in the New Millennium Romans 1:16 reads as follows in the American Standard Version: For I am not ashamed of the gospel: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the...
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
Oct 13, 2009
Robert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
Fear Not! I Am With You! The Privilege of Sharing the Good News Department chair and professor of Old Testament, Dr. Robert Chisholm, explains that God is with us when we seek to carry out his commission, and he accomplishes his purpose in...
Bible
Mar 26, 2008
Tim McKenzie
For the Sake of the Name Tim McKenzie, Founder and President of On Every Word, communicates to us that as we faithfully answer His call to "Go," we should be encouraged by God's faithfulness and the...
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...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
The DNA of a Disciple How can we know if we are the kind of disciples Jesus wants us to be? Dr. Mark Bailey, DTS president and author of To Follow Him, shares the seven elements that Jesus...
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
David Barshinger
Home Turf Advantage DTS helps train pastors for the four hundred new churches planted weekly around the world.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Warren Wiersbe
Where in the World Do I Give My Money? How many financial appeals do you receive each week? Two? Six? How many do you receive a month? A dozen? Or have you stopped counting? A lot of sincere people are frustrated,...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey BinghamDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
The Da Vinci Code

Two Dallas Seminary professors who participated in last year’s ABC special about The Da Vinci Code talk about the biblical text and church history.

Ministry
Jul 7, 2006
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Christ’s Famous Last Words President Mark L. Bailey's column
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Open the Window Broaden your missions perspective strategy beyond the 10/40 window.
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
Kelley M. MathewsKelley M. Mathews
Communicating Christ in a Digital Age More than twenty-six hundred Dallas Seminary graduates work on Sundays in some official capacity as pastors or youth directors. Although Jeff Baxter (ThM, 1979) carries neither of...
Book Excerpts
Jul 7, 2006
Perimeters of Light Every culture and every age presents a challenge for each community of faith. What is acceptable? What is scriptural? Answering these questions has never been an easy task.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Robert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
Pharoah Don't Know Didly During the summers of 1952 and 1953 sports writer Roger Kahn covered the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team for the New York Herald Tribune, daily rubbing shoulders with the players....
Book Excerpts
Jul 7, 2006
J. Vernon McGee
Son of God, God the Son

Who is Jesus? Fully God? Fully man? Fully both. This excerpt from Jesus Christ Our Lord by the late John F. Walvoord, longtime president of Dallas Seminary, reminds us of...

Stories
Jul 7, 2006
From Anchovies to Africa BEFORE SAMUEL BULIGA Although John opposed Christianity, he expressed curiosity about Samuel’s faith. Samuel patiently shared the gospel, gave John a Bible, and invited him...