Long-time pastor and New Testament scholar Hershael York is the new dean of the School of Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Here a collection of his articles, interviews and more.
Size can challenge our effectiveness, but God is more concerned with our obedience.
Faithful doctrinal teaching always starts with the text, not a system.
Are New Year’s resolutions a good habit for gospel-centered Christians?
The celebration of Christmas is an opportunity for the gospel because our culture celebrates Christmas.
We know who the real king is, and we do not fear the enemy.
When people visit a church they’re going to decide within the first 10 minutes whether or not they’ll ever come back.
Pride robs God of his glory because it delights in self-glory. That’s why seminary is so dangerous.
It is the Spirit that takes the Word of God as the seed, sows it in hearts, and makes them live.
It’s best for both the health of a church and its pastor for him to dig in and stay
Following a pastor who has run well is only a problem for those who lack the character or the stamina to do the same.
How should a preacher handle the occasional failure even after extensive study and spiritual preparation?