Articles by Sandra Glahn
- What Good is Valentine’s Day?
- Can Any Good Thing Come Out of Nazareth?
- Dr. Charles C. Ryrie (1925-2016)
Dr. Charles Ryrie, best known for The Ryrie Study Bible (Moody), taught Systematic Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary before serving as dean of doctoral studies for more than two decades until his retirement in 1983.
- The Blood of the Martyrs Should Drive Us to Pray
- DTS and the NIV: 50 Years and Counting
- A Madness Most Discreet: Join DTS for Arts Week 2015
- Every Meal a Eucharist: Introducing DTS Magazine
- DTS grad stars in "War Room"
The makers of "Facing the Giants," "Fireproof," and "Courageous" have completed their latest film, "War Room," which spotlights prayer, its power and purpose. Specifically, the movie tells the story of a prayer warrior grandmother (played by Karen Abercrombie) who mentors a young mom (DTS grad Priscilla Shirer) facing a troubled relationship with her husband (T.C. Stallings).
- The Identity of Artemis in First-Century Ephesus
Many scholars have asserted that Artemis of the Ephesians was a fertility goddess—a view that has been discredited due to late dates for its supporting evidence. This first article of a two-part series establishes that Artemis Ephesia, at the time of the earliest Christians, was neither a fertility goddess nor a nurturing mother-goddess but, rather, a virgin in the strictest sense. The second part of the series will address the ramifications for interpreting 1 Timothy.
- How To Read the Bible Like a Seminary Professor: An Interview with Dr. Mark Yarbrough
How to Read the Bible Like a Seminary Professor: A Practical and Entertaining Exploration of the World's Most Famous Book released on March 3, 2015. Recently, the book’s author DTS academic dean Dr. Mark Yarbrough took some time to talk about this entertaining new resource.
- Lifting Up Christ While Lifting Weights: Spencer Arnold (MA/CE, 2014)
Spencer Arnold (MA/CE, 2014) picked up the sport of Olympic-style weightlifting when he was 13. Prior to starting seminary and throughout his time at DTS, he continued to train and stay in shape. Team USA athletes earned their spots based on their individual performances at the 2014 National University Championships and the 2014 USA Weightlifting National Championships—at which Arnold placed second.
- Serving Living Water in an Oasis:
DTS Grad Gloria Furman
DTS grad Gloria Furman (MA/CE, 2007) is an award-winning blogger and author who serves with her husband Dave at Redeemer Church in Dubai. Her new book, Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full: Gospel Meditations for Busy Moms, encourages women to see Christ in their everyday lives.
- The Importance of Doing Nothing
DTS graduates from across the globe shared their suggestions for incorporating rest into life’s daily, weekly, and yearly rhythms.
- Living with a Disability
Members of the DTS family talk about what it’s like to live with disability—from the perspective of both the impaired and the caregiver—and how the body of Christ can both help and reap benefits.
- The Gift of Work
Resources on the subject of work and vocation
- Sumatra with the Seven Churches
- Leaving a Legacy
The Howard family has a long history of receiving from and giving to DTS. Their story demonstrates that there is more than one way to leave a legacy.
- A Prof Like No Other
When Howard G. Hendricks met his sixth-grade teacher, she said, "I've heard a lot about you. But I don't believe a word of it." Those words changed his life. Eventually he tracked her down to tell her the same story you'll read here.
- Israel: Encounter God as Storyteller II
- Jordan: Encounter God as Storyteller
A great narrative needs a great setting. And God has often set His redemption story in Jordan.
- The Gift God Still Wants
From the time of Cain and Abel until today God has been asking for only one gift.
- Informed Consent
Read an excerpt from Informed Consent, a novel that considers a compassionate response to AIDS and end-of-life issues.
- Premium Roast with Ruth
Book Excerpt: In the face of famine two women journey to the “house of bread” in this excerpt from Premium Roast with Ruth from Kindred Spirit editor-in-chief, Sandra Glahn (ThM, 2001).
- Vindicate the Villain?
This brief overview will introduce you to the fundamentals of Gnosticism, the philosophy behind the Gospel of Judas.
- Follow the Faculty
- Espresso with Esther
Click here to read this excerpt by Sandra L. Glahn (ThM, 2001)
- Sharpen Your Focus
- Storytelling: The Twelve Ways of Christmas
What other time of year can we walk into the mall and hear music that directs us to worship Christ the Lord? When else can we stroll through business offices and see strings of cards depicting nativity scenes? Let’s take advantage of the seasonal opportunities, keeping our focus on Christ and sharing the gospel in the process.
- Why We Honor the Human Embryo
- Empty Arms, Heavy Burden
One in six couples struggles with infertility during their childbearing years. But they are not alone. Read a book excerpt from The Infertility Companion.
- A Man of God: Profile of Dr. Mark L. Bailey
Dr. Mark L. Bailey stands at the front of the classroom holding a Bible in his hands while students in his Bible Study Methods course take notes. He reads from Luke 12 the words of the rich man who produced a good crop: “I will tear down my barns and build bigger ones, and there I will store all my grain and my goods. And I'll say to myself, ‘You have plenty of good things laid up for many years. Take life easy; eat, drink and be merry.’”