22 Feb 2017

Detroit Baptist Seminary’s East Africa Connection

/
Check out the recent feature post from the Gospel Coalition about the East Africa Baptist School of Theology and its upcoming Proclaim Conference this coming May in Nairobi, Kenya. East Africa Baptist School of Theology is a ministry of Grace Baptist Mission, which is operated by DBTS’s parent church, Inter-City Baptist. Three of our seminary graduates...
Read More
21 Feb 2017

Correctly Handling the Word of Truth: DBTS’s Commitment to Theological Research

/
Posted By
“God’s revelation is utterly profound, as well as essentially simple, and no amount of study and reflection on our part will exhaust its riches.”  – Tyndale Fellowship Mission Statement If you walk into the DBTS building this week, you’ll notice something unusual for a school: no classes are going on, but still, students occupy the largest theological...
Read More
20 Feb 2017

Intertextuality: What Is It and Is It Helpful? (Part 3)

/
Posted By
In this post I conclude a three-part series on intertextuality. I began by providing a brief history of the term and of the controversies surrounding its meaning. In the most recent post I examined the legitimacy and meaning of intertextuality in the context of biblical studies. In this post I discuss the usage of intertextuality...
Read More
16 Feb 2017

2/16/17 DBTS Chapel: Dr. David Doran

/
Posted By
How does a Christian strike the balance between the two extremes of pietism and credalism? Dr. Doran offers an answer from Galatians 6. Download and subscribe to our Podcasts here
15 Feb 2017

2/15/17 DBTS Chapel: Dr. Kyle Dunham

/
Posted By
Dr. Dunham preaches from Romans 11 on “Why Israel’s Future is Essential to the Gospel.” He discusses Israel’s future in God’s redemptive plan and why that plan is vital to the gospel. Download and subscribe to our Podcasts here
14 Feb 2017

Intertextuality: What Is It and Is It Helpful? (Part 2)

/
Posted By
Previously I began a series on intertextuality by providing a brief history of the term and of the controversies surrounding its meaning. In this post I begin to discuss intertextuality in the context of biblical studies. Three important questions loom over the potential connection of intertextuality to biblical interpretation. These questions relate to the validity...
Read More
9 Feb 2017

2/9/17 DBTS Chapel: Dr. Sam Dawson

/
Posted By
May we never be guilty of ministering in the name of Jesus without having a genuine love for Jesus. Dr. Dawson preaches from Revelation 2:1-7, the letter to the church of Ephesus, and implores us to never leave our first love. Download and subscribe to our Podcasts here
8 Feb 2017

2/8/17 DBTS Chapel: Dr. Mark Snoeberger

/
Posted By
The story of Cain in Genesis 4 extends far beyond the “Cain and Abel” episode. It speaks of the grace of God in a godless, depraved society. Dr. Snoeberger presents a thoughtful treatment of the life and lineage of Cain. Download and subscribe to our Podcasts here
3 Feb 2017

Intertextuality: What Is It and Is It Helpful?

/
Posted By
Recent weeks have found me immersed in the study of intertextuality, a trendy and cherished buzzword in academe. Defining intertextuality has proved notoriously difficult, with nearly as many definitions as interpreters. Nevertheless, since its coinage in the late 1960’s, intertextuality has come to dominate certain segments of literary studies by offering an air of sophistication...
Read More
2 Feb 2017

2/2/17 DBTS Chapel: Dr. Bruce Compton-Part 4

/
Posted By
Dr. Compton continues his series on the qualifications for the ministry from 1 Timothy 3:1-7. In this session, he discusses the qualifications found in verse 3: “not a drunkard, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, not a lover of money.” Download and subscribe to our Podcasts here You can listen to the parts 1-3 of...
Read More
1 2 3 66