RELIGIOUS LIBERTY is being redefined in America, or at least many would like it to be. Our secular establishment wants to reduce the autonomy of religious institutions and limit the influence of faith in the public square. The reason is … Continue reading
The first session of the DBTS Summer School begins May 21 and lasts for two weeks (till May 31). Two classes will be offered: 2 Peter & Jude (Greek exegesis), taught by Dr. Bruce Compton, and Theology and Practice of … Continue reading
DBTS graduation exercises will take place at 7 pm on May 16 at Inter-City Baptist Church in Allen Park, MI. Twelve men will be graduated from the Master of Divinity and Master of Theology programs. This year the commencement speaker … Continue reading
For those of you who have attempted to get a handle on the theologically difficult topic of Middle Knowledge or Molinism, there is a nice introduction by Paul Helm over at Ligonier Ministries blog.
A couple of months ago I posted a rather somber assessment of what is coming for the evangelical church as it confronts the push towards gay marriage under the guise of “marriage equality.” I see that Professor Paul Rahe of … Continue reading
The William R. Rice Lectures were held on March 20, given by Professor Brent Belford of Northland International University. The theme for 2013 was “Paul’s Pastoral Use of the Scriptures in 1 Corinthians.” The audio recordings from the sessions are now posted to the DBTS website. … Continue reading
The Associates for Biblical Research have posted an excellent article by DBTS Professor Jared Compton on the resurrection of Christ. You can find it here.
Two days ago I posted a review of What Is Marriage? by Sherif Girgis, Ryan T. Anderson, and Robert P. George. One of the authors, Ryan Anderson, has now written a 12-page summary of the arguments for the traditional view of … Continue reading
What Is Marriage? by Sherif Girgis, Ryan T. Anderson, and Robert P. George is an important book. It is based on a 40-page article penned by the three authors published in 2010 in the Harvard Journal of Law and Public … Continue reading
The DBTS 2013 summer school schedule is now available. Each class meets Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 noon for two weeks (no classes on Monday). There are three sessions of summer school: May 21-31, June 4-14, and June 18-28. Two … Continue reading
Each year DBTS hosts the William R. Rice Lecture Series, named for the Seminary’s founder and first president. We are pleased to announce that the speaker for this year’s event on March 20, 2013, will be Prof. Brent Belford. His topic … Continue reading
I first taught a seminary class on the book of Romans in 1985. I said then, as we discussed Rom 1:24–27, that I thought one day Christians in America would eventually face some sort of persecution for their views on … Continue reading