26 Dec 2011
I was in the midst of working through some of Tom Nettles’s comments on a chapter of my dissertation when a small box arrived from Founders Press. It was with great anticipation that I paused to open the package. Inside was the newly released Festschrift for Tom Nettles, Ministry by His Grace and for His... Read More
25 Dec 2011
For a little Christmas cheer, go here.
23 Dec 2011
One of the major “characters” in the Christmas story is—perhaps surprisingly—a star, one that some wise men follow from the East all the way to Bethlehem. The star makes a brief appearance in Matthew’s gospel (2:2, 7, 9, 10), before passing off the scene (and into nearly every Christmas carol). Have you ever wondered what... Read More
21 Dec 2011
Here are 12 useful tips for all you Facebook users from the New York Times.
20 Dec 2011
The parent church of DBTS, Inter-City Baptist Church, hosts a conference every second January to stimulate and cultivate interest in foreign missions. The next Student Global Impact (SGI) conference is just two weeks away. Scheduled strategically to accommodate college students between semesters, this conference meets from January 3-5 here in Allen Park, Michigan. See our... Read More
19 Dec 2011
If you’re looking for a book to give for Christmas, you might consider Surprised by Oxford. This is a delightful memoir by Carolyn Weber, a Canadian from London, Ontario. It traces her first year as a graduate student at Oxford University (Oriel College). The title, I assume, is meant to recall C. S. Lewis’s memoir,... Read More
16 Dec 2011
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 next year’s event on March 14, 2012, will be Dr. Bryant G. Wood. His topic will be “Archaeology and the Conquest: New Evidence on an Old Problem.” Dr. Wood... Read More
16 Dec 2011
Welcome to the blog of Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary in Allen Park, Michigan. This is a blog by the faculty of DBTS. Why the name Theologically Driven? We believe it accurately describes one of the important principles that distinguishes DBTS. Every discipline we teach is not an end unto itself, but contributes to our goal... Read More