Forty-three students from DTS's mobile and distance education programs came to Dallas October 19-25 for a week of intense coursework, designed to give them a live classroom experience on the Seminary's campus.
When Liberian traveler Thomas Eric Duncan landed in a Dallas hospital with a diagnosis of Ebola, Dallas Theological Seminary administration closely monitored the evolving situation, informing the campus of Seminary procedures and providing updates related to the virus as they became available....
DTS's new Advanced Standing program helps students expedite their seminary education and reduce cost.
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?
From eleventh-hour contributions to disappearing typewriters, DTS’s president and academic dean review ninety years of God’s faithfulness and consider the challenges that lie ahead.
DTS has had an unprecedented role in shaping China’s view of what defines a real Christian at the highest levels of government and church leadership.
An excerpt from Blessed Are the Balanced: A Seminarian’s Guide to Following Jesus in the Academy, by Dr. Paul Pettit, DTS grad and adjunct professor of pastoral ministries,
With the expansion of DTS’s extensions and programs abroad, the reach of God’s Word continues to shrink borders. More than six hundred international students graduated from DTS between 1983 and 2014. Consider this sampling of these alumni who daily, through the power of the Holy Spirit, weave the grace of God into the communities where they reside.
Shortly after David ascended Israel’s throne, he made good on a promise. He had given Jonathan his word that he would demonstrate kindness to Jonathan’s family forever (see 1 Samuel 20). Once David became king, he could easily have forgotten that promise. Certainly, no one would have...
Because of observed devotion to their young, storks suggested to the faith community something of the covenant love of God for his people.
Books by three DTS alumni were finalists for Christian Retailing’s 2014 awards. Nominations came from those in the Christian products industry and they honored books based on impact, ability to open people’s minds to new ways of thinking, and affirmation of Christ-like living.
DTS celebrated its 90th anniversary this year. The Seminary's story is a testament to God's provision through the contributions of faithful supporters.
The Aldrich family’s legacy of faith continues through their investment in the training of future Christian leaders.
In the fall of 1924, the first students at what would later be called Dallas Theological Seminary met to study under Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer. During the 2014-2015 school year, DTS is celebrating 90 years of God's faithfulness in equipping servant-leaders for the proclamation of the His Word and the building up of the body of Christ worldwide.
DTS professor Dr. Ramesh Richard leads the Global Proclamation Academy, which provides theological training to 25 pastors each year, with a goal of ultimately reaching a billion people around the world.
DTS celebrated God's faithful work in the lives of 389 recent graduates at commencement exercises on May 10, 2014. J Paul Nyquist delivered the commencement address.
Dr. J. Dwight Pentecost was an inspiration to so many and an integral part of the DTS family. Chancellor Charles R. Swindoll gave this tribute at Dr. P's memorial service on May 7th, 2014.
At the 1982 International Council for Biblical Inerrancy held in San Diego, California, the late E.V. Hill gave a plenary address that I shall never forget. Weaving a homespun story of what his mama taught him growing up in Sweet Home, Texas, Dr. Hill masterfully defended the authority of...
ension filled the air. Israel stood waiting to hear the report of twelve men appointed by Moses to go on a forty-day reconnaissance trip to explore the land of Canaan that God had promised them. And the twelve were divided. Ten said the inhabitants were powerful, the cities fortified, and giants...
Young people crave mentors, but not the formulaic mentoring styles that worked in the past. To create thriving relationships with next-generation believers, ditch worn-out mentoring models. Be encouraged. Next generation young adults don’t envision a strict weekly commitment. Nor are...