Westminster Seminary California


Spiritual Antithesis: Common Grace, and Practical Theology
Resident Faculty, Dennis E. Johnson   |   January 1, 2002   |  Category: Articles

How we handle the intersection of the spiritual antithesis, on the one hand, and the influences of God’s common grace in the unregenerate, on the other, will therefore have profound implications not only for our relationships to non-Christians, but also for our reflection on Scripture and its application in the practice of ministry. 

The Usefulness of the Preacher
Guests, A. Craig Troxel   |   March 12, 2002   |  Category: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

We must see ourselves and our role correctly in this great work - namely, as faithful servants.

The Usefulness of Preaching
Guests, A. Craig Troxel   |   March 13, 2002   |  Scripture: New Testament, Romans   |  Category: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

We are confident in preaching because it is the voice of Christ speaking to his church.

The Usefulness of the Word
Guests, A. Craig Troxel   |   March 14, 2002   |  Scripture: New Testament, 2 Timothy   |  Category: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

It is necessary to gain the right kind of confidence in the Word of God and in preaching.

Worship: Evangelical or Reformed?
Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   April 1, 2002   |  Category: Articles

There are substantive differences between evangelical and Reformed churches on worship.


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