Tag: current events

Bible
Sep 11, 2015
J. Kerby AndersonJ. Kerby Anderson
Friday Forum: Kerby Anderson Kerby Anderson, President of Probe Ministries, talks with students about how to approach life as Christians in light of situations occurring around the world.
Campus News
Sep 1, 2014
Campus News
Dec 30, 2013
Join DTS on an Upcoming Trip “DTS Week” at Mount Hermon July 27–August 2, 2014 Each summer, Dallas Theological Seminary partners with Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center (mounthermon.org) to offer...
Bible
Sep 9, 2011
J. Kerby AndersonJ. Kerby Anderson
Friday Forum Mr. J. Kerby Anderson, National Director, Probe Ministries, Plano, TX, fields questions from students concerning topics in Christianity today.
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...
Bible
Jan 30, 2009
Buist M. Fanning IIIBuist M. Fanning IIIJohn D. GrassmickJohn W. HilberMichael H. BurerMichael H. BurerRobert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
Current Issues in Christianity Dr. Grassmick, Academic Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Dallas Seminary, moderates a faculty forum with Drs. Burer, Chisholm, Fanning, and Hilber. Each faculty...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
One God, Three Persons Many times we have heard recently, “We all worship the same God” in attempts to play down our differences. It reminds us of how theologically pluralistic our culture is...
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Jul 7, 2006
Chasing the Wind: King Solomon’s Advice About Sex King Solomon’s advice about sex is as true today as thousands of years ago. A man contracts a sexually transmitted disease while traveling overseas. A pianist and the choir...
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Jul 7, 2006
Rollin Van BroekhovenRollin Van Broekhoven
Stem Cell Research, Morality, and Law A paper presented to the Oxford Society of Scholars Forum by Rollin A. Van Broekhoven, JD, LLM, DPhil, DLitt, DPS 29 September 2001 INTRODUCTION In 1729, when the Irish were...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Clearing the Muddy Waters A recent United Nations report predicted that severe and potentially irreversible damage to the environment will occur by the year 2032—most of it in developing countries. As...
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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...
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Jul 7, 2006
Cloning, Stem-Cell Research and the Bible THE GENETIC REVOLUTION MAY HAVE BEGUN in the twentieth century, but its impact will be felt mostly in the twenty-first century. Meanwhile, as knowledge in genetics doubles every...
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Jul 7, 2006
The Gospel Under Fire When the Religion Newswriters Association took their annual poll of last year’s most important news stories, among the top ten choices was the story about the final release...
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Jul 7, 2006
DTS News Leading from Your Strengths Assessment, DTS awards, online education.
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Jul 7, 2006
Steven Ger
The Undying Flame: Christ the Light in Hanukkah Each year as winter approaches and we prepare to celebrate the birth of the King of the Jews, we often remain oblivious to the companion holiday of the season, Hanukkah. Did you...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Feel Trapped? A Biblical Perspective on Suicide Some 23,000 people are murdered in the United States each year, and 32,000 Americans commit suicide.  Children ages 10–15 are now twice as likely to commit suicide as they...
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Jul 7, 2006
Think Outside of the Box Office: An Interview with Mel Gibson Gibson tells his story and explains why he made the film The Passion of the Christ. “Couple years back,” Gibson said, “I was looking out a window,...
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Jul 7, 2006
Forget Me Not: Caring for God's Aging Children The setting is pleasant indeed—the billowing fields and meadows of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. From the upper windows of the neat brick buildings, you can see a few...
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Jul 7, 2006
Timothy S. WarrenTimothy S. Warren
What does the Bible Say About Gambling? Just say the word “gambling,” and I see…not green, not red, not black or white, but gray. Since the Bible neither commands nor explicitly prohibits gambling, Christians must...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Who Doesn't Want to Be a Millionaire According to Servant, buying fifty Lotto tickets weekly increases your odds of winning the jackpot to once every five thousand years. Time reports that the combined assets of the...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Robert J. JeffressRobert J. Jeffress
Wimp-free Christianity

Excerpt from Hell? Yes!:…And Other Outrageous Truths You Can Still Believe by Dr. Robert Jeffress

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Jul 7, 2006
God@Work McKinley Hailey (MA[BS], 1995) would be the first to tell you he won’t fit into a mold. A big man with big ideas, this Dallas Seminary grad doesn’t confine himself to...
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
Reg GrantReg Grant
God's (un)Original Hero I checked out Growing Up Isn’t Hard to Do If You Start Out as a Kid to get a fresh perspective. Dr. David Heller asked children between the ages of seven and ten to tell whom...
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
Tim Kimberley
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