Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Reformed Scholasticism

Richard Muller Convocation Lectures!

On February 28-29, 2012, Dr. Richard A. Muller, P.J. Zondervan Professor of Historical Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary will deliver two lectures to the WSC student body, faculty, and staff.

Dr. Fesko Speaking at Local Conference

For those of you interested in all things 16th and 17th century, you won't want to miss the upcoming Rethinking Arminius Conference being held at Point Loma Nazarene University in downtown San Diego. There is a terrific line-up of speakers

The End of the World?

For the most part, Reformed theology has been historically dominated by postmillennialism. What is postmillennialism? Basically, it’s the idea that the consummation of the ages (or the end of the world) will occur after the 1,000-year reign of Christ, which is mentioned in the book of Revelation (Rev. 20).

An Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism: Concluding Thoughts
J. V. Fesko

We have seen the nature, benefits, and even the dangers when misused, of Reformed Scholasticism. Moreover, we have seen Reformed Scholasticism receiving the praise from two theologians who carry no brief for orthodox theology, Karl Barth and Paul Tillich. 

An Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism: The Benefits for the Church
J. V. Fesko

We do not simply want to admire Reformed Scholasticism and then return it to the dusty library shelf. On the contrary, Reformed Scholastic works can be quite helpful to the church for several reasons. First, the church can benefit from the precision of Reformed scholasticism and use the scholastic method in new theological works.