The mission of Dallas Theological Seminary is to
glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders
for the proclamation of His Word and the
building up of the body of Christ worldwide.
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When: Sept. 21 @ 6:30pm-8:00pm Central
Where: Online or Todd 114 on the Dallas Campus
Learn to quickly find the information you need to study and write about a variety of topics and instantly create citations. Prerequisites: 101
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When: Sept. 28 @ 6:30pm-8:00pm Central
Learn to use the powerful tools in Logos to dig deep into the original languages of the Bible and run basic to complex searches. Prerequisites: 101
All extension-site students and students taking online-only classes have a chapel requirement of 10 online chapels per semester, excluding the summer and winter sessions. Online chapels are available here: http://www.dts.edu/media/chapel/. Chapel attendance is reported through CampusNet at the end of the semester. Students do not receive credit for chapels if they do not report.
Questions may be directed to the Chaplain's Office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 214-887-5363.
9/20/2017- Dr. Charles Swindoll, DTS Chancellor, Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church; Frisco, TX
9/21/2017- World Focus Chapel
9/22/2017- Dr. Larry Waters, DTS Professor of Bible Exposition
Watch DTS Chapel Services here.
Earn 3 academic credits and tour Israel at the same time. Learn more by contacting Tina Smilie in the Bible Exposition department at 214-887-5090 or email@example.com.
Students in the MACE and MACL degree programs are required to complete either an internship or a ministry residency. Details about internships and ministry residencies can be found here. Contact the Educational Ministries/Leadership Department with questions at 214-887-5130.
The Advising office can help students determine when to begin internships/ministry residencies. The Advising office’s contact information can be found here.
Fall/Winter 2017 Important Dates
Aug. 28- Fall semester begins
**Sept. 1-30- Need-Based Scholarship apps due**
Sept. 1-30- Last Year Free Scholarship apps due
Oct. 9-27- Register for Winter 2017 & Spring 2018 courses
Oct. 23- Chapel reporting due
Nov. 1- Direct Loan apps due for Spring 2018
Nov.- Scholarship thank-you letters due: check award email for date
Nov. 10- Winter session payment due
Nov. 13-17- Reading Week
Nov. 20-24- Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 1- Spring 2018 graduation apps due
Dec. 1- Grad apps due for Summer 2018 grads participating in Spring 2018 Commencement
Dec. 8- Spring semester payment due
Dec. 15- Fall 2017 graduates work due
Dec. 18-21- Final exam week
Dec. 22- Chapel reporting due
Dec. 25-29- Christmas Break/DTS closed
Jan. 2-12- Winter session classes
Spring/Summer 2018 Important Dates
Jan. 16- Spring semester begins
Jan. 1-31- International Student Financial Aid apps due for 2018/19 school year
Feb. 1-28- Need-based Scholarship apps due
Feb. 1-28- Last Year Free Scholarship apps due
Mar. 5-23- Register for Summer & Fall 2018 courses
Mar. 5-9- World Evangelization Conference
Mar. 12-16- Spring break
Mar. 12- Chapel reporting due
April 1- Direct Loan apps due for Summer
April 1- Summer 2018 grad apps due
April 20- Summer 2018 session payment due
April 27- Work due for Spring/Summer grads participating in Spring 2018 commencement
April- Scholarship thank-you letters due: check award email for date
May 7-10- Final exam week
May 11- Chapel reporting due
May 12- Commencement
May 14- Summer session begins
May 31- Direct loan apps due for Fall 2018
Aug. 10- Fall 2018 semester payment due
A Reflection on the Legacy of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation
Lecture by Claire Hein Blanton
November 14, 2017, 6:30pm
Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Campus of the Jewish Community
12500 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78231
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Clair Hein Blanton is a doctoral student in Ethics and Systematic Theology at the University of Aberdeen. She holds a BA in History from Rice University and a Master's of Divinity in Biblical and Theological Studies from Baylor University's Truett Seminary.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a German Pastor and key founding member of the Confessing Church, a movement within German Protestantism during Nazi Germany, that arose in opposition to government-sponsored efforts to unify all Protestant churches into a single pro-Nazi Protestant Reich Church. Arrested in 1943 by the Gestapo, Bonhoeffer was executed by hanging.
The dual questions of “how and why” haunt those engaging with the Third Reich, the Holocaust, and the complicity of ordinary people. Academics and journalists point to a variety of root causes – a weakened German economy, changing social demographics and patterns in Central Europe, and the “humiliation” of the German people post World War I, among others. Most frequently, though, an historic anti-Semitism in Europe, particularly among Christians, has been the assumed primary cause. That there existed a range of explicit to latent anti-Semitism amongst Christians in Germany is historic fact. The Protestant Reformation’s Martin Luther implicate him in this sentiment, with explicitly anti-Semitic remarks in his writings. That Luther’s legacy in Germany features prominently within both the history and the folklore of the Germanic people has led some religious scholars to directly cite Luther as the theologian responsible for the rise of the Third Reich and the Holocaust.
Yet, instances exist within this period of devout Lutherans, and other Christians, opposing Hitler and his policies. Dietrich Bonhoeffer is, perhaps, the best known of this group. The question must be asked, then, does Lutheran theology explicitly leads to the horrors of the Third Reich? Or is it possible for Luther’s theology to both undermine the Third Reich and if one can separate the anti-Semitism of Luther from his theology of church and state. This paper explores these questions and will assert that not only is a separation of the man Luther from the theologian Luther is possible, but also that examples, such as Bonhoeffer, demonstrate that distinctly Lutheran theology provides the theological rationale to resist.
Join us for our Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series in Bible Exposition! Featured Speaker: Pastor Philip De Courcy Series: Picture Perfect
Students and faculty may sign up to meet with Pastor Philip De Courcy on Tuesday-Thursday afternoons.
To sign up stop by the Academic Dean's Office Todd 112 or email Belinda Blair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Need-Based Scholarship application for the Spring 2018 semester is now available. All applications must be completed and submitted by 11:59pm (CST) September 30th. Don't wait until the last minute!!
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