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Latest Faculty Publication: Telfer on Vitringa

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Associate Professor of Biblical Languages, Charles Telfer, has a new book that has just been released, Wrestling with Isaiah: The Exegetical Methodology of Campegius Vitringa (1659-1722). Theologians in the late seventeenth- and early eighteenth century acknowledged that Vitringa was a theologial giant, but sadly the sands of time have buried his…
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Arminius Book Review by Dr. Godfrey

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Dr. Godfrey, President of WSC, has just had a book review of Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace (Oxford: OUP, 2012) by Keith Stanglin and Thomas McCall. This is one of the latest books on Arminius, and should be consulted when doing research on this famous Dutch theologian. But Dr. Godfrey notes…
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Alumni Interview: Brian Lee Part 6

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  9. Do you have any counsel for those who are interested in studying 16th and 17th century theology? If you love it, do it, but don’t count on getting a job teaching it. Of course, at Westminster California you can get a good taste for 16th and 17th century…
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Alumni Interview: Brian Lee Part 5

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  8. In what way has your study of Cocceius benefitted your pastoral ministry? Just last night, a new member of our church — an adult convert and an avid reader — asked me if I preached according to the “redemptive historical” method. He had come across the term in…
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Alumni Interview: Brian Lee Part 4

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  6. What insights have you gained from your study of Cocceius? Incorporating unity, progress, and diversity in our understanding of the covenants is key to reading the Bible, because it puts Christ and the cross at the center of the story. The redemptive historical unity and unfolding of the…
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