Perspectives on the Lord's Supper - ClassicIn this classic episode, Drs. Darrell L. Bock, Michael Svigel and Scott Horrell discuss Christian perspectives on the Lord’s Supper, focusing on its significance in the life of...
WEC: Resurrection's DNADr. Nik Ripken speaks about the reality of persecution and how some followers of Jesus and churches surrender their faith without a fight while others live out the resurrection,...
Great Time for WorshipOne of the things I appreciate about DTS’s commitment to a dispensational approach to Scripture is how it allows us to see the varied ways that men and women have worshiped God...
Scott Duvall is professor of New Testament and J. C. and Mae Fuller Chair of Biblical Studies at Ouachita Baptist University. Duvall seeks to help readers understand Revelation...
Aug 30, 2017
Buist M. Fanning
Teach Truth, Love WellDr. Buist Fanning, DTS Senior Professor Emeritus of New Testament Studies, discusses how Christ calls his people to faithfulness in living, communicating his truth, and becoming...
You've Lost that Loving FeelingDr. Mark Hitchcock, DTS Associate Professor of Bible Exposition, affirms the most important thing for believers is to love Jesus passionately.
Oct 28, 2016
Michael J. Svigel
Discern, Determine, and DecideDr. Michael Svigel, DTS Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies, points out when we find ourselves on the wrong path, we need to discern where we are, determine where...
Aug 23, 2016
Glenn R. KreiderMichael J. SvigelDarrell L. Bock
The Language of TheologyIn this episode, Drs. Glenn Kreider and Michael Svigel, professors of Systematic Theology, join Dr. Darrell Bock at the table to discuss how language regarding theology can invite...
Aug 16, 2016
J. Scott HorrellMichael J. SvigelDarrell L. Bock
Perspectives on the Lord's SupperIn this episode, Drs. Darrell Bock, Michael Svigel and Scott Horrell discuss Christian perspectives on the Lord’s Supper, focusing on its significance in the life of the church.
Jun 23, 2016
Mark L. Bailey
The Lord Loves DiversityThe book of Acts tells the story of the church’s struggle to move beyond its obvious differences—from a Jewish context to the rest of the world.