Tag: jesus

Bible
Nov 15, 2013
Tommy NelsonTommy Nelson
A High Standard Dr. Tommy Nelson, senior pastor of Denton Bible Church, speaks about the importance of being a faithful representative of God.
Chapel
Nov 14, 2013
Douglas K. BlountDouglas K. BlountGlenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
The New Atheism Dr. Doug Blount and Dr. Glenn Kreider, professors of systematic theology at Dallas Theological Seminary , discuss the new atheism.
Bible
Nov 12, 2013
Timothy S. WarrenTimothy S. Warren
If You Build It, He Will Come Dr. Timothy S. Warren, senior professor of pastoral ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary, discusses how God meets his people through His word and their worship.
Bible
Nov 8, 2013
M. Daniel Carroll R.M. Daniel Carroll R.
Migration, the New Diaspora, and the Future of Mission Dr. Danny Carroll, distinguished professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary, concentrates on the New Testament contribution to the immigration discussion, and connects with the...
Bible
Nov 7, 2013
M. Daniel Carroll R.M. Daniel Carroll R.
Migration, Law, and Mission Dr. Danny Carroll, distinguished professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary, exhorts us to see Bible stories through the lens of migration.
Bible
Nov 6, 2013
M. Daniel Carroll R.M. Daniel Carroll R.
Migration in the Bible: Entering the Stories, Expanding Our Vision Dr. Danny Carroll, distinguished professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary, discusses how reading the Old Testament with a "migration lens" impacts our perspective on various...
Bible
Nov 5, 2013
M. Daniel Carroll R.M. Daniel Carroll R.
Migration: Framing the Conversation Missionally Dr. Danny Carroll, distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary, discussed addressing migration/immigration biblically and missionally.
Chapel
Oct 11, 2013
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Meaning and Significance of Glory Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor at Dallas Theological Seminary and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, talks to Day at DTS perspective students about what glory is and...
Bible
Jun 12, 2013
J. Scott HorrellJ. Scott Horrell
Jesus Son of God: Iconoclast of the World Religions Dr. Scott Horrell, Professor of Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, speaks about how the Incarnate Son of God subverts all the religions of the world: He is full of...
Bible
Apr 24, 2013
Aaron Lutz
Senior Preaching Week: The Life of the Called Aaron Lutz, Senior Preacher, DTS, challenges us to be reminded of our call and get busy serving the Lord just as Jesus reminded Peter of his call and recommissioned him to feed His...
Chapel
Mar 26, 2013
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
The Sufferings of Christ Dr. Mark Bailey, President, Dallas Theological Seminary; Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, prepares us in our observation of the sufferings of Christ.
Chapel
Mar 13, 2013
Mark S. YoungMark S. Young
The Christ of Abundance Dr. Mark Young, President, Denver Seminary, Denver, CO, challenges us to look at our view of Jesus and ask ourselves if He is enough.
Chapel
Feb 14, 2013
Charles P. BaylisCharles P. Baylis
The Story of the Lost Son (Luke 15:11-32) Dr. Charles Baylis, Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, explains that "The Story of the Lost Son" is a retelling of an Old Testament story in Deuteronomy 30:1-9.
Bible
Dec 6, 2012
Timothy S. WarrenTimothy S. Warren
Immanuel Dr. Timothy Warren, Professor of Pastoral Ministries, DTS, explains how God is with His people.
Bible
Nov 27, 2012
John D. HannahJohn D. Hannah
Character of Jesus Dr. John Hannah, Distinguished Professor of Historical Theology; Research Professor of Theological Studies, DTS, reminds us that Jesus is a magnificent and available Savior based...
Chapel
Sep 28, 2012
Richard A. TaylorRichard A. Taylor
The Alleged Jesus' Wife Text Dr. Richard Taylor discusses and answers questions concerning the recently discovered papyrus allegedly mentioning Jesus' wife.
Bible
Sep 21, 2012
J. Scott HorrellJ. Scott Horrell
Jesus in the World Religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, & Islam Dr. Scott Horrell, Professor of Theological Studies, DTS, answers how Jesus is understood in the major world religions. The answers are surprising, but far from biblical.
Bible
Feb 1, 2012
Sue G. EdwardsSue G. Edwards
Make a Name for Jesus Dr. Sue Edwards, Associate Professor of Christian Education, encourages us to make a name for Jesus rather than ourselves.
Chapel
Apr 6, 2011
Victor D. AndersonVictor D. Anderson
The Love of Christ Dr. Vic Anderson, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, DTS, asks us if we have forgotten the feeling of love that Jesus brings.
Public Square
Apr 1, 2010
Jim Pence
Immigrants of the Bible Have you ever considered how many significant Bible characters changed countries at some point in their lives? Here’s a sampling of them.
Chapel
Oct 20, 2009
T. Maurice PughT. Maurice Pugh
The Centrality of Our Message Adjunct professor of Theological Studies and senior pastor of New Life Fellowship Church, Dr. Maurice Pugh, teaches that the centrality of our message should be rooted in the...
Chapel
Aug 26, 2009
Donald K. CampbellDonald K. Campbell
When God is Silent Donald Campbell, President Emeritus of Dallas Seminary and professor emeritus of Bible Exposition, reads from Psalm 83 and discusses God's apparent silence when Israel's security...
Bible
Jul 22, 2009
Larry J. WatersLarry J. Waters
Interruption Ministry Larry Waters, associate professor of Bible Exposition, discusses how to respond to "interruptions" during ministry. He encourages us by sharing some personal ministry experiences...
Bible
Jan 13, 2009
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Nine Things to Remember in the New Year Mark Bailey, President of Dallas Seminary and professor of Bible Exposition, explains nine "new things" Jesus provides for believers. He encourages us to remember believers have a...