Evangelicalism in a Non-Evangelical WorldNovember 9, 2009
In this DTS Dialogue, Drs. Mark Bailey, Darrell Bock, Richard Taylor, and Jeffrey Bingham discuss how to be an evangelical in a non-evangelical world.
Reviewing Bart Ehrman's Jesus InteruptedApril 27, 2009
In this DTS Dialogue, Drs. Mark Yarbrough, Darrell Bock, and David Lowery review Bart Ehrman's book Jesus Interrupted.
Christian Cultural EngagementApril 20, 2009
In this DTS Dialogue, Drs. Mark Bailey, Darrell Bock, Jeffrey Bingham, and Barry Jones discuss Christian cultural engagement.
Media & Technology In MinistryJune 5, 2008
In this DTS Dialogue, Dr. Mark Yarbrough, Don Regier, Wayne Walker, and John Dyer discuss issues with "Media & Technology In Ministry." They offer practical insight into how Christians can use technology resources in a manner pleasing to God.
Jewish Evangelism TodayMay 1, 2008
This DTS Dialogue on Jewish Evangelism and Outreach discusses some of the biblical principles in witnessing to people of Jewish faith. It attempts to address certain issues that are important to helping people of Jewish faith.
Leaving a LegacyApril 10, 2008
For more than 50 years Dr. Howard Hendricks, known affectionately as "Prof," has influences the lives of students through his teaching. In this interview Dr. Mark Bailey, president of Dallas Seminary, sat down with Prof to talk about what it means to leave a legacy.
Preventing DivorceFebruary 18, 2008
Dr. Chip Dickens and Dr. Gary Barnes, both professors in counseling, discuss how couples can keep their marriage strong.
Ministry in Cross-Cultural ContextsFebruary 27, 2007
The benefits and challenges of cross-cultural ministry are discussed by three professors who have all served overseas.
Church Ministry in FocusFebruary 19, 2007
Dr. Kay Daigle & Mary Dean discuss the Biblical basis and how to’s for building a strong ministry to the women in your church.
- a Vibrant Women’s Ministry – Dr. Kay Daigle & Mary Dean
- Developing a Missional Church – Dr. Brad Smith
- Developing Mature Believers – Todd Wagner
- Developing Authentic Worshippers – Russ Ware
- Developing Effective Administration – Dr. David Fletcher
- Developing Elders and Lay Leadership – Jeff Jones
- Pastors Panel
- When Less Is More
- Creating a Leadership-Friendly Culture
The Implications of The Da Vinci CodeMay 1, 2006
Early Christianity experts continue a discussion of The Da Vinci Code to prepare believers to meet the challenges it poses to orthodox Christianity.
The Story Behind End of the SpearMarch 2, 2006
The events that took place among the Waodoni tribe over fifty years ago have been used by God to propel thousands into cross-cultural missions. Thanks for joining us as we discuss the true story of sacrifice and forgiveness behind the film, End of the Spear.
The Challenges of Bible TranslationFebruary 16, 2006
The last century as has seen a drastic increase in number and style of Bible translations, resulting in considerable debate over the benefits of literal versus non-literal translations. Thanks for joining us as we discuss the unique challenges facing Bible translators as they wrestle with the task of transferring words and ideas from one language to another.
The Legacy of C.S. Lewis and NarniaJanuary 2, 2006
The first major motion picture of C. S. Lewis’ epic series has swept the nation and has drawn attention to the significance of biblical themes in contemporary cinema. Join us as we examine some theological and cultural implications of the The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.
Christianity and IslamNovember 8, 2005
This conversation provides a brief look into the world of Christianity and Islam through the eyes of Islamic expert, Dr. J. Dudley Woodberry of Fuller Theological Seminary.
What Katrina Has Taught Us about the ChurchNovember 1, 2005
This conversation centers on what hurricane Katrina has taught us about the church and believers' responsibility to meet social needs.
DTS Dialogue is an informal, quick release, pre-recorded discussion among DTS faculty and staff about relevant topics on Christian ministry. We believe that thoughtful, cultural engagement is imperative in today's world. Loving our neighbor means we must know what is going on in the neighborhood. We trust you will find such information helpful and useful in your ministry endeavors.