Accreditation Visit: March 24–27

Staff Mar 3, 2014

DTS is hosting its two accrediting bodies, SACSCOC and ATS, for a reaffirmation visit.

Mark Dever Delivers W.H. Griffith-Thomas Lectureship on Puritan Ecclesiology

Staff Feb 14, 2014

DTS was honored to have Dr. Mark Dever, pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C. and founder of 9Marks Ministries, as the speaker for the 2014 W.H. Griffith-Thomas Memorial Lectureship.

Meet the Profs: New Faculty in Spring 2014

Staff Feb 12, 2014

Meet DTS's newest faculty members: Dr. David Klingler, Dr. Terrance Woodson, and Dr. Mark Hitchcock.

Earn Course Credit for Dr. Yarbrough's Class at The Cove

Staff Feb 11, 2014

Dr. Mark Yarbrough will be teaching a Bible training intensive course at the Billy Graham Training Center at the Cove. DTS students can receive course credit for attending.

25 Years of Digital Bible Initiatives at DTS From CDWord to Logos Bible Software

Emma Finley Jan 31, 2013

Very few know that today's Logos Bible Software, now free for every DTS student, has roots in a 1980s software development project at Dallas Theological Seminary called CDWord.

New Kindred Spirit Issue on "The Goodness of God"

Staff Jan 7, 2014

Now available in print and online, the Winter issue of Kindred Spirit focuses on God's goodness and provision in the lives of individual believers. The issue's lead article highlights how the Lord is pouring out His grace on Christian churches in the Middle East through the work of...

Q&A with Andy Stanley: How to be Rich

Staff Jan 7, 2014

Recently Andy Stanley (ThM, 1985) published a new book, How to be Rich . Notice the title does not say How to Get Rich. He assumes we are rich, and he takes us to the scriptures to help us know how to live in light of that reality. We may not feel rich, which is part of why he wrote this...

Join DTS on an Upcoming Trip

Staff Dec 30, 2013

“DTS Week” at Mount Hermon July 27–August 2, 2014 Each summer, Dallas Theological Seminary partners with Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center ( to offer a weeklong family camp in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California. Intergenerational worship...

The Wall around Your Heart

Mary DeMuth Dec 30, 2013

Excerpted from The Wall Around Your Heart: How Jesus Heals You When Others Hurt You , by Mary DeMuth (wife of Patrick, ThM, 2004). Recently featured in Christianity Today. When we look at other translations of this famous portion of the Lord’s Prayer, we often remember...

Glimpses of Grace: Treasuring the Gospel in Your Home

Gloria Furman Dec 30, 2013

Excerpted from Glimpses of Grace: Treasuring the Gospel in Your Home , by Gloria Furman (MA/CE, 2007). Today’s Forecast: Mundane with a 100 Percent Chance of Miraculous Again. He left his smoothie cup on the counter overnight again. My husband, Dave, is a gifted, brilliant man....

The Lost Art of Lingering

Rowland Forman Dec 30, 2013

Excerpted from The Lost Art of Lingering: Mutual Mentoring for Life Transformation , by Rowland Forman (MA/CE, 1991; MA[BS], 1991). More than Just a Good Idea Investing spiritually and intentionally in another person (or group) isn’t just another good idea; it is at...

Seta Saleh: Ministry to Iranian Women

Annette Ensz Dec 30, 2013

“Sixty to seventy percent of Iranian churches are populated by women,” according to DTS alumna Seta Saleh. Born in Beirut to Armenian parents, Seta now lives in Los Angeles, but she frequently travels to the Middle East to help equip Iranian pastors to minister to women. “The...

Who Was That Young Man?

Abraham Kuruvilla Dec 30, 2013

“A young man, wearing nothing but a linen garment, was following Jesus. When they seized him, he fled naked, leaving his garment behind” (Mark 14:51–52). We find this story in Mark’s Gospel right after the account of Jesus’s arrest, and it’s one...

Getting a Handle on God’s Love

Mark L. Bailey Dec 30, 2013

The Lord is good to all;
he has compassion on all he has made” (Ps. 145:9). Thirty-six years ago, these words became a handle for me to grip—a truth to which I still cling. It has sustained me through decades of trials. Star Wars with Dolby Stereo had just hit the cinemas; Steve Jobs...

A Picture of God's Knowledge and Care

Charles R. Swindoll Dec 30, 2013

If you’ve ever been a part of a large organization, such as a multibillion-dollar corporation or a governmental agency or a large university, it’s unlikely you’ve ever met the people at the top of the leadership chain. You heard their names and read their announcements, but you...

Cutting through the Jungle with a Butter Knife

Staff Dec 30, 2013

Meet Aubrey Collins Home I’m from Mobile, Alabama. Planning to graduate I plan to graduate this May with a ThM in Pastoral Ministries. Work experience I spent seven years in the Navy (Oak Harbor, Washington; Newport, Rhode Island;...

DTS Grad Michelle Woody Returns to Campus as a Prof

Staff Dec 20, 2013

Michelle Woody, assistant professor of Biblical Counseling, earned her master's at DTS in 2010 and now has the opportunity to offer guidance, encouragement, and practical skills to her students.

The Table Podcast Celebrates its One-Year Anniversary

Staff Dec 16, 2013

December 2013 marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of the Hendricks Center’s Table Podcast, a weekly discussion of issues at the intersection of God and culture.

DTS Grads Craft Gospel-centered Studies for Local Churches

Staff Nov 15, 2013

Sacra Script Ministries, a non-profit publishing house founded by four DTS graduates, writes in-depth, theological Bible studies for local churches. Sacra Script's mission is "to teach and train lay people in the truths of Scripture centering on the gospel of Jesus Christ."

Money: A Threat to True Rest

Richard J. Dunham Nov 15, 2013

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 onslaught of life. But there is a rest that is actually more important than physical rest, and that is rest for our...

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