Media & Publications

Media and Publications

Get to know the College and stay connected through our various forms of media and publications. From scholarly articles to sermons and radio shows, see and hear what faculty, alumni, and students are doing to influence their local communities and those around the world for Christ.


Chapel Messages

Click here to visit our audio archives, your source to listen as preachers and guest speakers address Criswell students during our twice-weekly chapel services and other special events. For more information on chapel and how it ties in to spiritual life at Criswell, click here.


Criswell Theological Review

The Criswell Theological Review (CTR) is a scholarly journal covering a wide-ranging assortment of topics from the academy to scholarship and the church. The journal is published twice a year and includes exegetical and theological articles as well as book reviews. The CTR is indexed in the ATLA Religion Database® and also included in the full-text ATLASerials® (ATLAS®) collection.


Coffee with Creamer Podcast

Our President, Dr. Barry Creamer, hosts the Coffee with Creamer podcast. New episodes are available each Wednesday and are offered on many platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify, among others. It is also accessible on the College’s YouTube channel, as well as the podcast website. Listen in for a conversation about faith, life, and culture. Dr. Creamer looks at old ideas through a new lens, turns the culture wars on their head, and paints a picture of the way things could be. If you like your thinking deep and your coffee hot, pull up a chair—you’re in the right place.

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