Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Church

A Pastor’s Reflections: You Can’t Go Home Again

Among the different types of people you will encounter throughout your pastorate are those who have just moved into town and are looking for a new church home. This is a very common scenario given our ever-transient culture in which we now live.

Horton on the Two Kingdoms

For those of you interested in the historic Reformed doctrine of the Two Kingdoms, Dr. Horton recently participated in a round-table discussion with faculty members from Covenant College at Lookout Mountain, Georgia.

Latest Office Hours: An Interview with Kevin DeYoung

In this episode Office Hours talks to Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor at University Reformed Church, about the missional movement, the kingdom of God, and the mission of the church.

Book Review: Encountering Theology of Mission

Encountering Theology of Mission, a comprehensive work in the field of missions written by Craig Ott, Stephen J. Strauss and Timothy C. Tennent, is the perfect remedy for a discipline often diseased by shallow theology. 

Basics of the Reformed Faith: Marks and Mission of Christ’s Church
Kim Riddlebarger

The New Testament has no category for someone who is a believer in Jesus Christ but who is not also a member of a local church. The reason is so obvious that we take it for granted. Since all true believers become members of the body of Christ by virtue of their union with Christ through faith, the New Testament assumes that those who are members of Christ’s body will naturally identify with a local assembly of those who likewise believe in Jesus and confess him as Lord before the unbelieving world. Sadly, many Americans have completely different assumptions.

3 / 20 / 2012