Archimedes once said, “Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the earth.” Prayer is the “lever” we press on earth that unleashes God’s power from heaven. It’s the catalyst that moves God to enter into the earthly realm...
DTS celebrated God's faithful work in the lives of 396 new graduates at commencement exercises on May 11, 2013. Kelly Shackelford delivered the commencement address.
Six leading Christian scholars took the stage in Dallas this weekend to challenge nearly 500 attendees at the Table Conference to think theologically and historically about the Christian faith. Special emphasis was placed on cultural engagement or communicating reasons for the faith with sensitivity.
Follow Dallas Seminary's full-time and adjunct faculty in the months ahead
In honor of Dr. Roy B. Zuck, the longtime editor of Bibliotheca Sacra, DTS has opened its archive of Bib Sac book reviews. Reviews cover a range of academic and popular books, articles, and software.
Roy B. Zuck, senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary and editor of Bibliotheca Sacra, went to be with the Lord on the evening of Saturday, March 16, 2013.
Our beloved Dr. Howard G. Hendricks went to be with the Lord early Wednesday morning. Dr. Hendricks’s memorial service from Saturday, March 2 is now available to watch online. A Lasting Legacy “You’re looking at a completely fulfilled human being. If I died today...
DTS is now offering scholarships to students working full time (30 hours or more) while taking a part-time load (9-11 hours).
Bill Peel (ThM, 1976), executive director of LeTourneau University’s Center for Faith and Work, describes three attitudes the Bible says we should bring to the workplace.
Photo: Dr. Stan Toussaint with his wife Maxine and the students of his final class at DTS. Leave a note for Dr. T A citation from the president of DTS I have always called him Chief to his face and Mr. Precision behind his back. When I think of the ministry of Dr. Toussaint...
Dallas Theological Seminary has expanded and renamed the Howard G. Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership to create more opportunities for the seminary to provide a biblical perspective on timely topics in contemporary culture. DTS President Dr. Mark Bailey and DTS’ Board of...
If we open our Bibles and begin reading on page one, we find after only twenty-five verses a reason God placed humans on earth: to do the work of God according to the will of God as revealed by the Word of God (Gen. 1:28). God tasked man and woman to work His garden together and to fill the earth...
DTS grad Larry Moyer explores prayer and thanksgiving as essential qualities to one's Christian witness in the workplace.
In this excerpt from his book, Living into the Life of Jesus, Dr. Klaus Issler explores a biblical view of work and the frequent gap between Sunday and Monday.
Move from a compartmental mentality to an integrated one
Student Chuck Helmer’s layoff from a white-collar job led him to excel as a janitor. His article includes five recommended books for the unemployed.
Along with Luther lattes and Calvin cappuccinos, patrons at the Credo House Coffee Shop in Edmond, Oklahoma, discover generous servings of good theology with the help of some DTS graduates who understand the meaning of “vocation.”
DTS grad and adviser to internationals, Jenny McGill, talks with the British theologian about the existence of God, the New Atheism, natural and historical theology, and much, much more.