Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Covenant of Grace

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: Jesus Christ the Covenant Mediator
Kim Riddlebarger

Christians often speak of important doctrines in the abstract. People speculate about election and predestination, the extent of the atonement, and so on, without making any connection between these doctrines and the person and work of Jesus Christ. 

Basics of the Reformed Faith: The Covenant of Grace
Kim Riddlebarger

It has been said that covenant theology is at the center of Reformed theology. No doubt, this is correct. In Eden, all of humanity fell when Adam, the first of our race, rebelled against his creator and plunged the entire human race into sin and death.

Notable Quotables: Witsius and the blessings of covenant membership

Here certainly appears the extraordinary love of our God, in that as soon as we are born, and just as we come from our mother, he has commanded us to be solemnly brought from her bosom, as it were into his own arms, that he should bestow upon us, in the very cradle, the tokens of our dignity and future kingdom

The Law Is Not of Faith

The seminary has received some inquiries regarding a book edited by three of our faculty members, Bryan Estelle, J. V. Fesko, and David VanDrunen, The Law Is Not of Faith.