O Come, O Come, Emmanuel by J. V. Fesko
"O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" is one of the better-known hymns that is typically sung during the Christmas season....As people sing this hymn, they know that they are singing about the birth of Christ. However, what is striking about this hymn is the way in which it unpacks the birth of Christ. It moves from the shadows of the Old Testament into the light of the New Testament with the revelation of God in Christ.
Office Hours talks with Dr. Michael S. Horton about from where, and how do we obtain wisdom.Listen
Office Hours talks with Dr. Steve M. Baugh about who wisdom truly is.Listen
Dr. J.V. Fesko asks us to consider the nature of faithfulness.Listen
Featured Faculty Book
|Where Wisdom is Found: Christ in Ecclesiastes
by J. V. Fesko
The wisdom literature of the Bible is beautiful and inspiring, yet at times it can be confusing and hard to understand. In Where Wisdom Is Found, Dr. Fesko helps us think through the book of Ecclesiastes and demonstrates how it finds its fulfillment in the crucified and resurrected Messiah. Ecclesiastes addresses many of the troubling ambiguities of life, revealing the futility of this world. But as we reflect on life under the sun, we can rejoice knowing that redemption and life in Christ bring more meaning to our existence than the vanity of things around us.
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|Annual Conference 2015
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|Seminary for a Day, January 16
If you’re thinking about seminary, come see what it’s like at our free Seminary for a Day event on January 16, 2015. Attendees also get to attend our annual conference for free!
|WSC Faculty & Staff at ETS Annual Meeting
Several WSC faculty and one staff member presented papers and participated in panel discussions at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), held in San Diego on November 19-21.
|UPDATE Fall 2014 Online!
The fall issue of WSC’s magazine, UPDATE, is now online. Read Prof. Telfer's featured article on faith, stay up to date on the latest campus news, and catch up with alumni — anywhere, anytime on the web!
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