Westminster Welcomes video with Dr. Zack Eswine
Dr. Zack Eswine, Director of Homiletics and Adjunct Professor of Applied Theology at Covenant Theological Seminary, recently visited the WSC campus for a special convocation lecture and also participated in the latest edition of Westminster Welcomes, answering the question "what makes a great pastor?"
Have Christians misunderstood what it means to be in the world but not of it? Has the church, in a sense, neglected the world to the detriment of all? Michael S. Horton has written Where in the World is the Church? for "those Christians who struggle with a subculture that stifles rather than encourages their divinely given impulses and ambitions." He does so "with the hope that theologians will learn more about other disciplines and that Christians in those other disciplines will anchor themselves more firmly in biblical theology before they attempt to 'integrate' their faith and life."
WSC welcomed Dr. Whitney Gamble for a special convocation lecture as part of our Women in Theology lecture series. Dr. Gamble's lecture, entitled "Westminster Assembly and the Challenges of Antinomianism," is now available online. Click below for a brief event recap and a link to the lecture audio.
The WSC family believes that community and fellowship is an integral and necessary part of seminary. Our new blog series focuses on the WSC community and gives you an inside look at how our students, spouses, families, alumni, faculty and staff care, grow, and pray with and for one another as we live Life Together.
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On April 4, Dr. Julius J. Kim will be speaking at the Gospel Coalition National Conference held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Kim's workshop session is entitled, "Preaching the Whole Counsel of God: Design and Deliver Gospel-Centered Sermons."
Jerusalem University College
There is a brand new opportunity for WSC students interested in studying abroad! WSC is a member of the Consortium of Associate Schools of Jerusalem University College (CASJUC) which provides students the opportunity to gain a sense of the geographical and historical contexts of the events of Scripture as they take short term courses such as “Jesus and His Times” or “Geographical and Historical Settings of the Bible.”