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DTS has partnered with Logos Bible Software to offer $14,000 worth of biblical and theological resources to DTS students for free*. Dallas Theological Seminary is committed to training students to study all 66 books of the Bible equipping them to Teach Truth and Love Well.

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Learn with Chris McMaster

Location: Todd 210

Chris McMaster is a Logos Master Trainer dedicated to equipping the students at Dallas Theological Seminary. From 2006-2013, he served as a trainer for New Tribes Mission teaching at New Tribes Bible Institute in Jackson, MI. During that time, he taught many courses including Hermeneutics, Bibliology, Ecclesiology, Deuteronomy, The Prophets, Ephesians, and Hebrews. He earned his BBA degree from Texas Tech University and his MTS degree in Old Testament from Moody Theological Seminary in Plymouth, Michigan.

Chris is thrilled to serve the students at DTS and will be providing training opportunities throughout the semester.

Watch your email for training dates. Need training now? Watch the Student Training Videos.

The Best Biblical Resources

The DTS Logos bundle is a customized collection of resources designed to support student needs in the classroom and benefit their future ministries.

DTS students will be given access to one of two collections of scholarly resources for powerful research. Both libraries are comparable in the amount of resources and depth. All DTS student libraries include the following resources: see the full list.

All Platforms, All Students

Logos offers both full-featured desktop software (Mac and PC) and free mobile apps (iPhone, iPad, Android, and Kindle Fire).

All currently enrolled DTS students will receive the software and resources listed above. Students who graduate with a master’s or doctoral degree will be able to keep the software for life.

*DTS underwrites the cost through donor support and a small portion of the technology fee.

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