Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Revelation

Faculty Conference Preview: Godfrey

On January 13th and 14th, 2012, join us here on campus for our annual faculty conference! This year's conference title is The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible. 

On Salvation and TV Absurdity

A number of years ago a young boy had a near death experience, which is recounted in the best-selling book Heaven Is For Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story Of His Trip to Heaven and Back

Book Review: Theology and the Drama of History by Ben Quash

Ben Quash’s goal in this work is to help theology identify resources for thinking about history. His argument is that a “theodramatic” conception of history is the best model for a theological view of history. Primarily, Quash engages with three dialogue partners: Hans Urs von Balthasar, G. W. F. Hegel, and Karl Barth. 

11 / 22 / 2011
Building the Minister’s Library: Inerrancy
John G. Bales

Inerrancy is an essential doctrine held by orthodox Christians. If we are to know God and our true spiritual condition, then we must have confidence in His special revelation, the Holy Bible. (Only then, of course, can we learn what God has done to rectify our condition and to gain assurance in His work for us.) So the doctrine of Scripture and our confidence in its utter trustworthiness is critical for all other doctrines. While some form of the doctrine of Scripture has existed since the beginning of the church, the concept of inerrancy is a fairly recent addition to the debate. Below is a list of books to help one enter the discussion.

Is the Bible Reliable?

A recent article appeared over at MSNBC and it's certainly provocative.