Tag: eschatology

Theology
Jan 9, 2017
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
Shaped By the Future: Reclaiming the Hope of Eschatology Their response is often “eschatology schmeschatology, I am a panmillennialist; it will all pan out in the end.”
Bible
Jul 27, 2016
Joe M. Allen Jr.Joe M. Allen Jr.
Children Playing in the Streets Pastor Joe Allen, DTS Campus Pastor, speaks about the great encouragement that comes from knowing that God will make all things right.
Bible
Oct 17, 2014
Duane Litfin
Cross Time and Crown Time Dr. Duane Litfin, President Emeritus of Wheaton College, reminds us that spiritual leadership is best modeled with a submissive and obedient spirit unto God while selflessly...
Arts & Media
Oct 1, 2014
John DyerJohn Dyer
5 Tips for Handling the New Left Behind Movie A second film adaptation of the Left Behind novels is about to be released. How can we handle it with grace and ensure the Gospel is not lost in the noise?
Chapel
Aug 28, 2014
J. Lanier BurnsJ. Lanier Burns
The Lamb and the Lion Dr. Lanier Burns, Research Professor of Theological Studies and Senior Professor of Systematic Theology, speaks on the legacy of the seminary, eschatology, and the faithfulness of...
Theology
May 16, 2013
Sharifa StevensSharifa Stevens
Christianity and Disability: Thinking Theologically about Brokenness Any man or woman who lives long enough will join the ranks of the disabled. How do we think theologically about such brokenness?
Bible
Sep 25, 2012
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey Bingham
Stay Focused Dr. Jeffrey Bingham, Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies, DTS, urges us to make a priority to focus on the one who is promised to return.
Chapel
Apr 1, 2011
Craig A. Blaising
The Day of the Lord Dr Craig Blaising, Provost, Southwestern Theological Seminary Fort Worth, TX, explores Peter's sharp reminder of the hope that comes with the Day of the Lord.
Chapel
Mar 29, 2011
Craig A. Blaising
The Day of the Lord Dr. Craig Blaising, Provost, Southwestern Theological Seminary Fort Worth, TX, shares the patterns found referencing the Day of the Lord.
Bible
Mar 3, 2011
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
God's Plans for Egypt Before Peace Comes to the Middle East Dr. Mark Bailey, President of Dallas Seminary and Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, discusses the judgments on Egypt prophesied in Isaiah 19, and the blessings of God that are...
Spiritual Life
Mar 1, 2009
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Warning: Ending-Spoiler In the past twelve months the world has witnessed warring nations, natural disasters, a worldwide economic meltdown, continuing terrorist strikes, slashed jobs, and a mortgage...
Bible
Aug 31, 2006
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey Bingham
Imperishability While Perishing Dr. Jeffrey Bingham, Chair and Professor of Theological Studies, reminds believers of the hope of imperishability in spite of current sufferings.
Public Square
Jul 7, 2006
Kent D. Berghuis
Are the terrorist attacks on America an indication that the return of Christ is near? Anxieties drive people to read biblical prophecies as if they were guidebooks to contemporary events. We have an innate apocalyptic impulse and a desire to know the future. It...
Bible
Sep 9, 2005
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey Bingham
Please, Help Yourself to Seconds

Dr. Jeffrey Bingham, Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies, encourages us to look to the coming city and Christ's second coming.

Bible
Aug 27, 2004
J. Dwight PentecostJ. Dwight Pentecost
Maranatha

Dr. Dwight Pentecost, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition speaks on living in light of Christ's return.

Bible
Mar 5, 2004
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Allowing God to Search Our Hearts

Dr. Charles Swindoll, chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary, preaches on the lessons we can learn from Peter's conversation with Jesus after His resurrection.

Chapel
Aug 2, 2002
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
Who Am I? Why Am I Here? Dr. Glenn Kreider, Associate Professor of Theological Studies, offers encouragement for believers perplexed by living in a lost world.