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S. M. Baugh

S. M. Baugh

Professor of New Testament

S.M. Baugh has taught part- and full-time at Westminster Seminary California since 1983. He is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and is actively engaged in preaching and teaching at Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church and elsewhere. He is the author of A New Testament Greek Primer (P&R, 2012).

 

Bryan Estelle

Bryan D. Estelle

Professor of Old Testament

Dr. Estelle has taught at Westminster Seminary California since 2000. He is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Prior to taking his position at WSC, he was a pastor in an Orthodox Presbyterian congregation in Maryland and was involved in planting a church in Oregon for the Presbyterian Church in America. He lectured in Hebrew at The Catholic University between 1997 and 2000. He is the author of Salvation Through Judgment and Mercy: The Gospel According to Jonah (P&R, 2005).

 

W. Robert Godfrey

W. Robert Godfrey

President and Professor of Church History

W. Robert Godfrey has taught church history at Westminster Seminary California since 1981, having previously taught at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Stanford University, and Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is an ordained minister in the United Reformed Churches of North America. He is the author of several books, including An Unexpected Journey: Discovering Reformed Christianity (P&R, 2004), John Calvin: Pilgrim and Pastor (P&R, 2009) and co-author of Westminster Seminary California: A New Old School (WSC, 2012). In 2012, a festschrift was published in his honor entitled, Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey, edited by R. Scott Clark and Joel E. Kim.

 

Michael Horton

Michael S. Horton

J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics

Dr. Horton has taught apologetics and theology at Westminster Seminary California since 1998. He is an ordained minister in the United Reformed Churches of North America. In addition to his work at the seminary, Dr. Horton is host of the White Horse Inn, a nationally syndicated, weekly radio talk show exploring issues of Reformation theology in American Christianity. He is also editor-in-chief of Modern Reformation magazine. Dr. Horton is author of more than twenty books. His most recent publications are The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way (Zondervan, 2011), The Gospel Commission: Recovering God’s Strategy for Making Disciples (Baker, 2012), and Pilgrim Theology: Core Doctrines for Christian Disciples (Zondervan, 2012).

 

Dennis E. Johnson

Dennis E. Johnson

Professor of Practical Theology

Dr. Johnson has taught at Westminster Seminary California since 1982. He is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in America and is currently the Associate Pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido. He has served as moderator of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church General Assembly and Presbytery of Southern California, moderator of South Coast Presbytery in the Presbyterian Church in America, member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Committee on Christian Education, and trustee of Covenant College. He is the author of several books, including Philippians (Reformed Expository Commentary Series, P&R, 2013), Him We Proclaim: Preaching Christ from All the Scriptures (P&R, 2007), and Heralds of the King: Christ-centered Preaching in the Tradition of Edmund P. Clowney (Crossway, 2009).

 

David VanDrunen

David M. VanDrunen

Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics

Dr. VanDrunen, a minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, began teaching at Westminster Seminary California in 2001. He currently serves on the Orthodox Presbyterian Church’s Committee on Christian Education and Subcommittee on Ministerial Training. His present research interests include natural law, the two kingdoms doctrine, and bioethics. He is the author of several books, including Living in God's Two Kingdoms (Crossway, 2010) and Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms: A Study in the Development of Reformed Social Thought (Eerdmans, 2010).