How do I know that I am called to pastoral ministry?
Dr. Ligon Duncan • April 10, 2019 • Dr. Ligon Duncan
Dr. Ligon Duncan addresses a frequently asked question in this week's video. He recommends questions to ask and resources to examine for anyone seeking to discern whether or not they are called to pastoral ministry.
How do I know what a Bible passage means?
Dr. Robert J. Cara • March 20, 2019 • Dr. Robert J. Cara
How can we better understand the passages we read in the Bible? Dr. Robert Cara uses metaphor to explain how Scripture can be used to interpret Scripture, so that we can discern layers of meaning in the text.
How can I better communicate with my spouse?
Dr. Scott Coupland • March 13, 2019 • Dr. Scott Coupland
Why do spouses often have trouble communicating with one another? In this week's Wisdom Wednesday, Dr. Scott Coupland, Professor of Counseling at RTS Orlando, gives biblical advice to help spouses communicate more effectively.
Who should study the Bible's original languages?
Dr. Mark Futato • March 6, 2019 • Dr. Mark Futato
Is the study of the Bible's original languages just for pastors and professors? Dr. Mark Futato, RTS Orlando's Robert L. Maclellan Professor of Old Testament, challenges laypeople to study Greek and Hebrew in this rerun from the Wisdom Wednesday series.
How do I overcome "Perfect Mom" syndrome?
Melissa Druger • February 27, 2019 • Melissa Kruger
In this week's episode of Wisdom Wednesday, Melissa Kruger discusses the common desire to be the ideal mother. She reminds us of the truths of the gospel that bring comfort when we inevitably fall short of perfection.
Is Hell found in the Old Testament?
Dr. Michael McKelvey • February 20, 2019 • Dr. Michael McKelvey
Does the Old Testament have a doctrine of hell? In this week's Wisdom Wednesday, Dr. Michael McKelvey, Associate Professor of Old Testament at RTS Jackson, speaks about God's progressive revelation concerning the afterlife.
What is prayer?
Dr. Guy Richard • February 13, 2019 • Dr. Guy Richard
In the 100th episode of Wisdom Wednesday, Dr. Guy Richard encourages us to reevaluate our understanding of prayer. Examining the Westminster Catechism and the Psalms, he proposes that we engage our hearts more fully in our prayer life.
What is the greatest challenge facing seminaries?
Dr. Ligon Duncan • December 5, 2018 • Dr. Ligon Duncan
In our final installment of Wisdom Wednesday's sixth season, Dr. J. Ligon Duncan examines the challenges facing seminaries and explains why theological education is vital for the future of the church. Our seventh season of Wisdom Wednesday will begin in the spring.