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- This week's Table podcast is on God's Providence with Kymberli Cook and Mark Elliott.voice.dts.eduIn this episode, Kymberli Cook and Dr. Mark Elliott discuss the providence of God, focusing on how God is active in the world.voice.dts.edu
- The second Table podcast deals with the testimony of a move from Hinduism to Christianity.Hinduism to Christianity - DTS VoiceIn this episode, Drs. Darrell Bock and Kamesh Sankaran discuss Hinduism and Christianity, focusing on Sankaran’s spiritual journey to faith in Christ.voice.dts.edu
- This week is a double dose of the Table. The first piece is on sexuality and teens.Sexuality and Ethics - DTS VoiceIn this episode, Drs. Darrell Bock, Gary Barnes, and Doug Rosenau discuss sexuality and singleness, focusing on how single people can develop a more biblical perspective on sexuality.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast is on experiencing the Christmas story.Cultural Engagement Chapel: Experiencing the Christmas Story - DTS VoiceMikel Del Rosario leads a conversation about the Christmas story with Drs. Terri Moore, David Lowery, and Darrell Bock, all professors of New Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast takes a look at the Virgn Birth account against its cultural backdrop with Mary Joe Sharp.Was the Virgin Birth Copied from Other Religions? - Classic - DTS VoiceIn this classic episode, Dr. Darrell L. Bock, Mikel Del Rosario, and Mary Jo Sharp discus claims that Jesus’ virgin birth story was copied from pagan religions.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast looks over the Christmas story with Joe Fantin.The Christmas Story and History - DTS VoiceIn this episode, Mikel Del Rosario and Drs. Darrell Bock and Joe Fantin discuss the historical background of the Christmas story, answering common questions that are asked about the Christmas story in light of historical concerns.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast is How To Discover Your giftedness with Bill Hendricks.How to Discover Your Giftedness - DTS VoiceIn this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock and Bill Hendricks discuss giftedness, focusing on what it is, how it is discovered, and how it changes the world.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast is on the Image of God with Kymberli Cook and Marc Cortez.The Image of God - DTS VoiceIn this episode, Kimberly Cook and Marc Cortez discuss the image of God, focusing on interpretations and implications of this doctrine for Christian living.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast is on Mental Health and Generation Z.Mental Health and Generation Z - DTS VoiceIn this episode, Mikel Del Rosario, Jonathan Morrow, Jenny Wang, and Erin Waller Roy discuss how the mental health of Generation Z has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and how the church can better minister in light of their experiences.voice.dts.edu
- This week's Table podcast is Can All Religions Be True? https://voice.dts.edu/tablepodcast/can-all-religions-be-true/Can All Religions Be True? - DTS VoiceIn this classic episode, Mikel Del Rosario, Drs. Timothy Yoder, and Craig Hazen discuss engaging religious pluralism, focusing on the question "Can All Religions Be True?"voice.dts.edu
- I just followed this author because I saw him recommended on a list of good, active authors to follow in a blog. When I checked my library to see if I owned anything that he'd written, I saw a few books that I hope to dig into or get info from through one of the guides one day. I saw course which I want to eventually take. Then I saw Truth Matters listed. Truth Matters has a special place in more than one of my libraries, because I am one of the migrating Wordsearch users, and I purchased it back when there was a special on getting the book along with getting the digital Wordsearch version. Infact, I bought more than one copy, if I remember correctly, and gave one away. It's a short, useful, read, and gives a good quick overview of several reasons why there is decent grounds to believe that the testimony of the scriptures is very accurate. It does at times seem to be written to Bart Erhman (however he's spelled). I didn't know who he was when I read the book. I've run across his thoughts and youtube videos on the internet since then though, and can appreciate why the author took some time to specifically address him and some of his ideas by name. Anyway, I'm glad that I have Truth Matters, and looking forward to exploring the rest of the Logos resources I have from this author.
- Hi Mark Anthony Cerasaro, thanks for this post. I agree with your assessment of Bart Ehrman, he has been an influential force for confusion and doubt among college students and readers of his books, so it's good that Bock has taken on Ehrman's arguments directly. Someone that often engages with Ehrman on scriptural matters is Michael J. Kruger, who blogs at Canon Fodder. I really like his stuff. I believe my wife has a copy of Truth Matters here in the house somewhere, I'll have to see if I can find it. I was confused by the Logos offerings for the book, since there seemed to be two of them, but then I noticed that one was unavailable for purchase, the other is in development. I believe I will pre-order it, now that you've made me aware of it. Happy New Year!