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Hope and the Heart

Resident Faculty, Joshua J. Van Ee   |   February 23,2017   |   Old Testament, Proverbs   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Wisdom

Through this experiential saying on hope and the heart, we gain understanding into our nature as humans, helping us to live rightly as God's redeemed people in this world.

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Seeking God with the Psalmist - 2

Westminster Seminary California President Dr. W. Robert Godfrey continues an 8-part devotional series titled, "Seeking God with the Psalmist."

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What is the Gospel?

Dr. Julius J. Kim answers the simple but profound question, "what is the Gospel?" in this latest Westminster Answers installment

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Silence

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   February 9,2017   |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

How much does the world influence how we respond to personal attacks and vitriol? Wisdom literature provides us with an infrequently tried response, namely, silence.

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Seeking God with the Psalmist - 1

Westminster Seminary California President Dr. W. Robert Godfrey begins an 8-part devotional series titled, "Seeking God with the Psalmist."

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Speaker Panel

2017 Faculty Conference Question and Answer Panel.

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The Church Reduced

One of the key outcomes of the Protestant Reformation was the recovery of a biblical ecclesiology, or the doctrine of the church. Luther and other Reformers emphasized the priesthood of all believers over and against the hierarchical systems found in the Roman Catholic Church. 

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The Gospel Recast

There is no shortage of “gospel” things, from gospel music to gospel vacations. But what is the gospel itself and has it become captive to agendas that bear a loose relationship to the redemption in Christ that we find in the Scriptures?  

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The Church Reformed

The Roman Catholic Church maintains there is an ecclesiastical hierarchy that has the pope as its pinnacle, but Protestant Reformers challenged this notion. They rejected the claims of papal authority and returned Christ to his sole place of preeminence.

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The Bible Relativized

That the Reformation principle of sola scriptura is often challenged in the halls of academia and often ridiculed in popular media should not surprise us. What is surprising, however, is the lack of focus and dependence upon the Bible among churches and believers.

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The Bible Restored

The church has already read the Scriptures but she has not always read them well. For much of its history the church read Scripture under the influence of powerful assumptions, which blinded her to vitally important truths.

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The Gospel Recovered

The Reformation recovered the biblical Gospel, not provisionally, but definitively. We need it today as every generation has needed it.

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What’s in a Name? Sola Gratia

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   January 9,2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Dr. J.V. Fesko about Reformation principle of Sola Gratia.

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Campegius Vitringa

Resident Faculty, Charles Telfer   |   December 26,2016   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Dr. Charles Telfer about his research and new book on Campegius Vitringa.

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Martin Luther - Part 2

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   December 12,2016   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

In this episode, Office Hours talks to W. Robert Godfrey, President and Professor of Church History at Westminster Seminary California, about Martin Luther and his role in the Reformation. 

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