Tag: sin

Bible
Dec 6, 2017
Michael H. BurerMichael H. Burer
Hope from Brokenness: The Promise of Christmas Dr. Michael Burer, Associate Professor of New Testament Studies, affirms how the announcement of Jesus's birth gives hope in the midst of a broken world.
Houston Chapel
Dec 4, 2017
Willie J. BoldenWillie J. Bolden
The Glory of God's Grace Dr. Willie Bolden, Executive Director of Community and Church Relations at DTS-Houston, highlights the grace of God and how it is amazing because of the depth and bondage of sin.
Houston Chapel
Nov 11, 2017
John D. HannahJohn D. Hannah
Walking When Things Aren't Working Dr. John Hannah, Professor of Historical Theology at DTS, encourages students in the Christian life, knowing it is a constant struggle with the remnant sin's once universal grip.
Spiritual Life
Aug 29, 2017
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
How Can God Be Satisfied with the Sinners? Dr. Mark Bailey, President of DTS and Sr. Professor of Bible Exposition, shares about the redemptive sacrifice of Christ and how it heals the relationship between a broken humanity...
Bible
Dec 13, 2016
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Autopsy of a Moral Fall Dr. Chuck Swindoll, DTS Chancellor and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX, discusses the sin of lust and how it can permeate the seminary experience.
Chapel
Oct 5, 2016
Lon SolomonLon Solomon
The Fear of God Lon Solomon, Senior Pastor of McLean Bible Church in Vienna, VA, continues the lecture series by walking through the book of Acts, focusing on the story of Ananias and Sapphira.
Chapel
Jun 8, 2016
Stephen J. BramerStephen J. Bramer
The Fine Print of Many Commitments Dr. Stephen Bramer, Department Chair and Professor of Bible Exposition, teaches that Christ calls us to a radical, no comfort, no compromise commitment to Him and His purposes.
Chapel
Apr 26, 2016
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
The Ones Who Love Much Dr. Glenn Kreider, Professor of Theological Studies at DTS, recalls how Jesus taught that those who are forgiven much love much, and proposes that since we have all been forgiven...
Bible
Apr 8, 2016
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Claiming the Healing Forgiveness Brings Dr. Swindoll continues in the vein of his previous message and discusses healing the mess in our lives through forgiveness.
Chapel
Feb 4, 2016
Walter C. Kaiser
The People of Psalm 83 Dr. Walter Kaiser continues the lectureship by discussing the ten neighboring enemies of Israel in Psalm 83, declaring the Lord YHWH is Lord over all.
Bible
Oct 16, 2015
James E. AllmanJames E. Allman
Seminary Preview Day: Praise Dr. Jim Allman, Professor of Old Testament, focuses on what it means to truly praise God, boasting about him and pledging our allegiance instead of grumbling in rebellion.
Chapel
Oct 13, 2015
Michael BartelMichael BartelMichael J. SvigelMichael J. SvigelDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
The Church and Trafficking Michael Bartel, Co-Founder and Co-Director of F.R.E.E. International, discusses with Dr. Darrell Bock how the church can advocate for, bring awareness to, and approach the...
Bible
May 27, 2015
Ronald B. AllenRonald B. Allen
A Talk on Talk Dr. Ron Allen, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, talks about talk, pure vs. untrue, and encourages listeners to follow Jesus' example as people of truth.
Bible
Jan 27, 2015
Chaplain Bill Bryan
Five P's in a Pod Bill Bryan, Seminary Chaplain and Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries at DTS, speaks on how we can build a planned biblical response that will enable us to deal with chronic...
Chapel
Jan 21, 2015
Dennis L. RaineyDennis L. Rainey
Terrorism of the Soul Dr. Dennis Rainey, President, CEO and Co-Founder of FamilyLife, continues the Spiritual Life Conference by discussing trips, traps, and troubles that can disqualify you for...
Bible
May 21, 2014
Michael J. SvigelMichael J. Svigel
Don't Let Your Past Hold You Back Dr. Michael J. Svigel, Associate Professor of Theological Studies, reminds us that when Satan accuses us of our past sins, we need to trust in God's promise that He has forgiven us...
Chapel
Feb 18, 2014
Nathan D. HolsteenNathan D. Holsteen
The Doctrine of Original Sin: A Test Case Dr. Nathan Holsteen, Associate Professor of Theological Studies, discusses how the doctrine of original sin is a test case for evangelicalism, challenging our doctrinal commitments...
Article
Dec 30, 2013
Abraham KuruvillaAbraham Kuruvilla
Who Was That Young Man? Most scholars believe that, like an artist painting himself in a corner of his canvas, Mark included a cameo of himself in his Gospel.
Theology
Nov 15, 2013
Richard J. Dunham
Money: A Threat to True Rest When we think of rest, the first thing that comes to mind is physical rest. That’s probably because we live in a tired society, run ragged by the demands of the relentless...
Chapel
Oct 1, 2013
C. Ray Pritchard
The Deadly Sin of Envy Dr. Ray Pritchard, founder and president of Keep Believing Ministries, shares how envy will destroy you, and as a result, you will waste the years that God has given you.
Bible
Jun 26, 2013
Linden D. McLaughlinLinden D. McLaughlin
Dealing with Jealousy and Envy Dr. Lin McLaughlin, professor of educational ministries and leadership, talks from his own personal struggles about ways to combat jealousy and envy. http://www.dts.edu
Chapel
Oct 16, 2012
Abraham KuruvillaAbraham Kuruvilla
Stumbling in Discipleship Dr. Abraham Kuruvilla, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, DTS, shares how Jesus wore our sin and shame and transformed it all into grace, restoration, and hope for His...
Chapel
Sep 20, 2011
Don Smarto
Youth Week Rev. Don Smarto, President, Youth Direct Ministries, Dallas, TX, explains the power of God to break a generational curse.
Bible
Nov 9, 2010
Tommy NelsonTommy Nelson
Exhortations of a Wounded Man Senior pastor of Denton Bible Church, Tommy Nelson, exhorts us to quickly flee to God for mercy when we are found out in our sin.